Credit Union Times Magazine November 19, 2014

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Front Page News

  • Optimistic Growth

    A rising tide, especially an economic one, raises all boats, as the saying goes. Third-quarter economic trends found U.S. credit unions swiftly sailing toward a much brighter horizon, according to Callahan & Associates.

Focus Report

Editor-in-Chief's Column


Letters to the editor

  • Credit Unions Should Not Serve Undocumented Immigrants

    After reading Peter Strozniak's article, Outreach Efforts Continue Despite Immigration Reform Stall, (CU Times, Oct. 1, 2014), I thought for a moment that I must have read about some of our politicians who would gladly sell their country in return for votes and that infamous American form of bribe known...



  • CUs Appeal to Tokenization Startup

    An executive with a startup credit card company that focuses on tokenization for card security said the firm would be open to working with credit unions to begin issuing its card.

  • Equifax Tracks Lost Auto Loans

    A new service from Equifax allows credit unions to see what happened to auto loans they denied or otherwise failed to book.

  • Loans Growing

    Credit union executives said auto and mortgage lending are the first and second best opportunities for credit union growth in 2015.

  • ATM Giants Renew Surcharge-Free Deal

    Point-of-sale network CU24 and Allpoint, a national ATM network, have extended an agreement to continue offering access to the more than 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs through CU24.


  • People

    The $837 million St. Anne's Credit Union of Fall River, Mass., announced the promotion of Fatima Mello-Gouveia to branch manager. She joined the credit union in 2008 and most recently held the position of assistant branch manager.

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