Credit Union Times Magazine May 30, 2012

Featured Story

  • Mobile Wallets Begin to Bulge

    Hungry? No cash in your pocket? Not a problem if you were an employee at SEFCU, the $2.4 billion upstate New York credit union, during an ambitious pilot it ran last summer and fall to test an FIS mobile wallet product at Zia Maria’s Cafe at the SEFCU corporate headquarters...

Front Page News


Editor-in-Chief's Column

  • Editor’s Column: Trust and Integrity Must Be Protected

    Trade publications are criticized by some as cheerleaders for their respective industries. They’re captives of the advertisers. Credit Union Times was founded in 1990 to provide unbiased news coverage the industry was lacking. We work incredibly hard to keep it that way, reporting the good and the bad.


Tech Bytes

  • Efficiencies: Tech Partnership Helps Pima FCU

    Pima FCU, a $382.9 million credit union based in Tucson, Ariz., could have spent an unnecessary $160,000 on new cash-dispensing and recycling machines this year. But thanks to the reporting and analytics tools in the CFM S4 cash flow management solution from Chandler, Ariz.-based vendor Cash Flow Management Inc.

Letters to the editor


  • Guest Opinion: Regulatory Modernization Is Welcome News

    Recently, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz announced an agency initiative to modernize its rules and regulations for federally insured credit unions. While this initiative has not yet fully materialized, any effort that will enhance the ability of credit unions to meet member’s needs and be more competitive in a rapidly changing...

  • Guest Opinion: Matz Says Diligence Is Key as Demands Grow

    Over the last 20 years, the pressure of competition has increased significantly for credit unions. Many non-depository institutions have entered the lending and transaction account spaces historically reserved for financial institutions. The fast pace of innovation in technology and financial products and services have brought new consumer expectations along...

News Briefs

In Memoriam

  • In Memoriam: Virgil Harris, Apple FCU Chairman

    Apple Federal Credit Union announced the passing of longtime Chairman Virgil B. Harris Jr., following an extensive battle with cancer. Mr. Harris, age 81, passed peacefully at home with his family by his side. He is survived by his wife, Diane Stewart Harris, and their two children, Michael and Rachael,...

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