Credit Union Times Magazine December-16, 2009

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News Briefs

  • Foundation Brings Money Talks to Schools

    WEOKIE Credit Union Foundation, Oklahoma City, recently presented its Money Talks financial education program to students in the Putnam City School District.

  • CUSOs in Partnership

    CUSOs Credit Union Student Choice and myCUmortgage announced that they have joined together in a partnership agreement.

  • Phishing Catch Small But Potentially Profitable

    Only a very small number of online banking customers visit phishing sites each year, but half of those who do end up providing their log-in credentials to the fraudsters who put the fake site up on the Web.

  • Alliant Goes With Geezeo

    Alliant Credit Union said it is reaching out to the younger set by offering the personal finance management and social networking platform from Geezeo as part of the $6.6 billion institution's online banking presence.

  • NCUA Closes Ohio CU

    The Fairfield County Ohio Federal Employees FCU became the 14th credit union closed by the NCUA this year.

  • Elevations Cuts Staff

    Reflecting Denver's housing shortfall, the $920 million Elevations Credit Union of Boulder is closing a metro branch and laying off 13 employees, or 6% of its workforce come Jan. 30.

  • Mo. League CEO to Retire

    Roshara Holub, president/CEO of the Missouri Credit Union Association and past chair of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues, is retiring in December 2010.

  • Floyd Tanner, Chairman At Utah CU, Passes

    Mountain America Credit Union is mourning the loss of longtime Chairman H. Floyd Tanner.

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Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor




    St. Mary's Bank, Manchester, N.H., announced the promotions of Daryl J. Cady to executive vice president, chief operating officer and treasurer and Steven J. Macek to senior vice president,

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