Credit Union Times Magazine July-22, 2009

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  • iPay Partners With MY CU

    iPay Technologies announced that it has partnered with MY CU Services, a subsidiary of Mid-Atlantic Corporate Federal Credit Union, to provide its bill payment product to all of the credit unions that use MY CU bill payment services.

Marketing

Tech Bytes

Special Report

Editor-in-Chief's Column

  • Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On at NCUA

    The NCUA seems to be the Big Bopper these days, exhibiting all kinds of gyrations from the agency's partial release of the Clayton reports to the advancing of Debbie Matz' nomination and the NCUA Board meeting last week.

Opinion

Staking Out the Stats

  • STAKING OUT THE STATS

    A recent article published on The Raddon Report Web site, theraddonreport.com, by Marcus Rothaar reported that Gen Y is more optimistic about the economic future than other generations.

People

  • People

    SOUTH - Community First Credit Union, Jacksonville, Fla. has named Carla Romano manager of the San Pablo branch.

Other

  • CEOs Need to Balance the Present With the Future

    As if the here and now isn't enough to deal with, credit union CEOs have another key issue to focus on-the future.

  • Confidence Survey Spikes Positive

    After a steep decline over the past two quarters, credit union CEOs seemed to have received a confidence boost over this past quarter by showing a 17-point jump in Southwest Corporate Federal Credit Union's CEO confidence survey.

  • Dodd Pushes for Card Crackdown

    Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd urged NCUA Chairman Michael E. Fryzel and other regulators to enforce forthcoming rules on reviewing rate increases and warn card issuers that they'll be held accountable for recent rate hikes.

  • Donations

    Olin Community Credit Union, Bethalto, Ill., donated a total of $7,400 to four local organizations.

  • Awards

    The Golden 1 Credit Union, Sacramento, Calif., announced that President/CEO Teresa A. Halleck was one of five Sacramento-area women honored by the St. John's Shelter for Women and Children for their commitment to motherhood.

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