Credit Union Times Magazine June-09, 2010

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Breaking News

News Briefs

  • Survey Finds Female Bill Payers Split the Duties

    Women now pay bills online as much as men, one of several demographic shifts noted in the latest online banking and bill pay survey conducted for Fiserv Inc.

  • Lending Drops as MBL Continues Up

    According to CUNA Mutual Group's May "Credit Union Trends Report," member business loans continued to be the front runner as total loans were down 1.5% year to date.

  • CU Investment Webinar

    Gateway Services Group, a solutions provider CUSO, will host a series of free Webinars on best practices within a credit union's investment, insurance and trust departments.

  • Another CU National Defendant Pleads Guilty

    Another former official of U.S. Mortgage Corp., the parent firm of CU National Mortgage,

  • Savings Peak Erodes

    Compared to first quarter data over the past four years, growth may have reached its peak for the industry even though savings at credit unions were up 2.2% year-to-date to $787 billion.


Tech Bytes

Editor-in-Chief's Column


  • WESCO Net Touts Online Banking Test

    WESCO Net and CU*Answers said they have successfully tested a new disaster recovery system for the online banking solution used by more than 100 credit union clients.

Letters to the editor


Focus Report



    MAFCU Credit Union, Brookline, Mass., announced the naming of Martha Castillo as assistant branch manager.



    Credit Union Executives Society, Madison, Wis., announced that Barbara Kachelski,

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