After seven years in the making and a maiden voyage up north, Fiserv Inc. is launching what it calls an all-new core processing system aimed at the highest end of the credit union market.
After just six months on the job, the NCUA's Office of Corporate Credit Unions dismissed U.S. Central Federal Credit Union CEO James L. Nance on Sept. 25.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- Costs to natural persons and the issue of whether they have to be connected to corporate credit unions were key issues at last Wednesday's NCUA town hall meeting.
Corporate America Credit Union has filed a complaint with the NCUA Ombudsman that alleges an unresolved six-month exam exception dispute has cost the corporate $1.5 million.
Facing rising delinquencies but not wanting to increase costs by hiring more collections staff, Northwest Federal Credit Union came up with a high-tech solution.
After years of disagreement on how to approach the issue of supplemental capital for credit unions, CUNA and NAFCU last week
Federal lawmakers were subjected to a duel by data last week. The chain 7-Eleven brought a petition to Washington purporting to show consumer support
The economic woes of the sand states continue to cause problems for credit unions.
Steve McDonald, the new CEO of credit union-owned Town North Bank said that while the bank has no immediate plans to rejoin the market for credit union card portfolios, he would not rule it out for the future.
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd assured credit unions last week
Pennsylvania credit unions along with CUNA have won a key legal victory from a state court in the five-year legal battle with the banking lobby over "well-defined" field of membership rules.
Fidelity National Information Services completed its merger with Metavante and has launched the new, larger firm into a new brand.
The Federal Reserve last week approved proposed rules to end credit card issuers' ability to apply payments to the lowest interest balances first.
The news coming out of Members United Corporate Federal Credit Union's August financial reports was a transaction that won't be recorded until September.
Love helped American Eagle Federal Credit Union Board Vice Chairman Raymond Gandy enter the record books by successfully swimming the English Channel.
NCUA Board Member Gigi Hyland has been active on a number of issues since joining the agency's board in 2007 and before that
It's close to high noon in Texas. Credit unions and local bankers are swaggering up Main Street from one direction and out-of-state mega-banks are approaching from the other.
Consumers who hate their ride are heading to US Federal Credit Union for a new set of wheels.
North Carolina credit unions have teamed up the Little Guy mascot for a new fundraising campaign
Integrated Asset Services' latest house price index (HPI) reported a 0.5% drop in national home prices for the month of July.
Teachers Federal Credit Union's Evalina Robinson, manager of fraud loss prevention, recently appeared on LI Talks, Long Island News 12 to discuss identity theft and fraud.
Just in time for fall, Advantis Credit Union has helped spruce up some Portland-area homes during the REACH Community Development Paint-and-Repair-A-Thon.
Representatives from all 14 chapters of the Credit Union Association of New York and executives of the association went to Washington recently
Expanding its eastern Iowa growth, the $161 million Ascentra Credit Union of Bettendorf, Iowa, said it is in the process of completing a merger
Who says you can't go home again?
GTE Federal Credit Union announced that it laid off 5% of its workforce at its Tampa, Fla., headquarters and will be closing three branches.
The $405 million generations Federal Credit Union, headquartered in San Antonio,
Goldenwest Credit Union has kicked off its mobile branch services with a simple text message.
One of the South's largest YMCA affiliates, the 300-employee Heart of the Valley YMCA of Huntsville, Ala.,
GMT Corp. said it will be deploying its GMT Planet workforce optimization solution at American Eagle Federal Credit Union in East Hartford, Conn.
More than 23 million transactions were processed in July and August by the remote deposit capture operation
Harland Financial Solutions has launched a new enterprise platform intended especially for credit unions who want to do big business with small businesses.
Without a doubt, Check 21 and remote deposit capture have forever changed the business of banking.
Some well-known names in credit union core processing have set out on their own once again, preparing to launch
The town hall held by the NCUA last week was much livelier than the previous one.
Last week I watched a video from the New Jersey Credit Union League of President/CEO Paul Gentile doing a man on the street survey asking people if they know what a credit union is.
I would like to provide a quick response to the recent national coverage of Bank of America, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo cutting some overdraft fees.
In the discussions of alternative capital between CUNA and NAFCU (cutimes.com, Sept. 28), CUNA is once again wrong in trying to let credit unions get TARP funds.
Finally in September, we saw U.S. Central's audited financial statements for December 2008.
An article in the Sept. 23 issue caused dissention and some anger. I have gotten calls that my remarks
As CUNA's representative on the board of the National Cooperative Business Association, I would like to respond to Bill Slach's letter in the Sept. 9 issue
Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, recently sponsored a survey
EAST - Navigant Credit Union, Smithfield. R.I., announced the hiring of three new employees. Kathleen Orovitz was hired as senior vice president retail banking.