Credit Union Times Magazine March-17, 2010

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  • Phishing Gains Across Brands

    Crime syndicates are expanding their efforts well beyond big banks and online merchants as they phish for cyber victims, according to a major antifraud collaboration.

  • Fiserv Links Banking With PFM

    Fiserv recently announced a new online banking product that integrates online banking with personal financial management tools.

  • Fiserv Cites Boardroom Enrollment

    About 10% of Fiserv Inc.'s client base has enrolled so far for what the company is calling its new "thought leadership community."

  • Patrolmen's FCU Helps Fight Card Fraud

    In an effort to help the Chicago Police Department fight card fraud, Chicago Patrolmen's Federal Credit Union donated swipe card readers to the department.

  • Re-Using ID, Passwords Increases Risk, Says Firm

    Most online bankers re-use their log in credentials on other Web sites, opening themselves up to particularly vulnerable avenues of cyber attack.

  • EasCorp Expands Capture

    Eastern Corporate Federal Credit Union is now offering credit unions remote deposit capture for the Google Android platform.

  • Warning on ATM Scam

    Students at Michigan State University are being warned about an ATM scam that has hit campus over the last few weeks.

  • Phishing Gains Across Brands

    Crime syndicates are expanding their efforts well beyond big banks and online merchants as they phish for cyber victims, according to a major antifraud collaboration.

Marketing

Regulatory/Compliance

  • NCUA to Revamp Merger and Assumption Procedures

    The NCUA is working on making changes to the process by which it undertakes mergers and purchase and assumptions but will continue to not allow all potential partners review proposals.

  • Four for NAFCU

    NAFCU has selected four credit union executives for the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to consider for the vacant seats on the committee that advises the agency on Bank Secrecy Act matters.

  • CU Lawyers Switch Firms

    Florida lawyers Bruce Boiko and Michael Lozoff are now part of the financial services industry practice of the Miami law firm Shutts & Bowen.

Tech Bytes

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor

Opinion

Focus Report

People

  • People

    Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Bethpage, N.Y., announced the promotion of Linda Armyn to senior vice president.

Other

  • Donations

    Charter Oak Federal Credit Union, Groton, Conn., announced that it has chosen to partner with the Women's Center of Southeastern Conn., by pledging over $30,000 in funding.

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