Home remote deposit capture is the latest tool in the chest for Summit Credit Union as it competes for members, SEG by SEG.
Some credit union executives, anxious for the NCUA to reveal its corporate balance sheet solution, say they fear a pending corporate "Black Friday," during which the regulator places three or more corporates into conservatorship or forces mergers.
For some credit unions, it's really all about location, location, location when it comes to which partnerships will win out for their business loan program development.
Credit union members across the country face both the best and the worst in disclosure statements on their CU credit cards, according to survey of credit card disclosures conducted by a consumer and card media site.
Kappa Alpha Psi Federal Credit Union, a predominantly African-American community development credit union headquartered in Addison, Texas, is fighting an NCUA liquidation order in court.
In the regulatory equivalent of telling Santa what you want for Christmas, the credit union trade associations have all written the NCUA recommending changes on everything from insurance rules to lending rules.
The National Credit Union Foundation has significantly restructured its operations as it tries to stop losing money in the short term and come up with another long-term funding strategy.
Houston credit unions, eying a need to recharge the league chapter system in Texas and perhaps elsewhere, are ramping up a low-cost e-mail and viral ad campaign this fall to expand industry awareness and advocacy on a broad scale.
Despite a $5 billion retained members' deficit, Western Corporate FCU posted the corporate system's second highest term deposit rates Aug. 9, offering 0.74% for a two-year certificate.
Should I refinance? Will I qualify for a mortgage? Am I paying the right price for this house? Will mortgage rates drop even more?
Bethpage Federal Credit Union has found a way to harness all that bad bank publicity to its advantage by demonstrating the credit union difference.
A group of Missouri female credit union executives have launched a new professional education and advocacy group, Women's Association of Credit Union Leaders, to promote women's networking and recognition.
Crescent Credit Union recently wrapped up a "Round the Bases" summer youth program it held in partnership with the Brockton Rox professional baseball club.
In anticipation of approaching regulatory changes, data processing company CU*Answers has launched a new software upgrade.
Executive Compensation Solutions has issued a call to participants for its 2010 employee and executive compensation and benefits survey for credit unions.
A few Golden 1 Credit Union executives have found a way to blow off steam and help the community by jamming together as The Bruised Brothers.
The launch of Lending 360, a flagship brand for a new loan origination system, is the latest creation from CU Direct Corp., the parent company of CUDL and Lending Insights.
After 75 years, E53 Federal Credit Union has a new name and brand image.
Ken Schroeder, vice president of business continuity for Southeast Corporate FCU, contributed a passage to a newly published business continuity book.
Add Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.) to the growing number of legislators who believe raising the member business lending cap will be pivotal for job creation.
A Washington area CUSO, COMPASS 4 CUs LLC, has opened for business to provide credit unions nationwide with regulatory compliance assistance.
General experience indicates that 'husky' girls-those who are just a little on the heavy side-are more even tempered and efficient than their underweight sisters." This gem of advice comes from the "1943 Guide to Hiring Women."
What if the opposition party gains control of parts of government?
Bravo Sarah Snell Cooke.
Sarah Snell Cooke's Editor's Colum Aug. 5 noting the importance of providing credit union access to capital a top legislative item for 2011 could not have been timelier.
Technology can be both a benefit and a curse. The right system offers today's credit union marketers a wealth of information. But too often, that information is spread out across departmental silos, with little transparency and access.
ATLANTA -- It continues to be a thorny issue for the industry even as the NCUA reassures credit unions that it is beefing up training for its examiners from hiring outside consultants to revamping courses.
ATLANTA -- Certainly call it a sign of the times: areas that did not get as much focus some years back in commercial real estate are now under the spotlight.
"It would have to be increasing the [member business lending] cap. If we can't do it now, I sincerely doubt that we will have this opportunity to get it back.
ATLANTA -- The statistics can be a bit mind numbing but the data used to predict the likelihood of a small business becoming severely delinquent to a financial institution is useful to know.
ATLANTA -- Member Business Solutions LLC is encouraged by its ability to sustain itself during a sluggish economic recovery as evident of its more than 70 credit union partners and billions of dollars in loans under management,
Some programming savvy and a slick piece of software are helping the IT staff at Alabama Telco Credit Union make its Topaz signature pads do more than just record signatures at the teller line, its chief technologist says.
When Wesley Wilhelm first began working with checks, the process included regular visits from the proof operator asking for explanations about reconciled items the back shop was preparing to ship.
Using an add-on appliance to turn its wide area network into a kind of virtual local area network, Louisville, Ky.-based Park Community Federal Credit Union has eliminated the need for servers at its branches.
Three corporate credit unions that use the Member$MART online application are midway through upgrading to a second-generation system that meets the latest Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council requirements.
The more than 3,000 credit unions using Card Services for Credit Unions can now plan to offer their members mobile service as part of their credit and debit card functionality, the credit union-owned company said.
A white paper that examines best practices in data backup is the latest offering from the CUNA Technology Council.
The nation's second-largest credit union has automated its efforts to meet HMDA lending regulations.
A new Relationship Management Department has been created by FedComp, a provider of core processing and related services to small credit unions.
Technology Credit Union has committed to using electronic signature technology from DocuSign for online new member accounts and loan signings, the company and credit union said.
NewOak Capital, New York, appointed Chad J. Burhance to managing director and head of NewOak Solutions, the company's advisory service provider.