Credit Union Times Magazine October-13, 2010

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News

News Briefs

  • CUC Adds Five Cus

    CUC Mortgage Corp., the mortgage group affiliated with the Credit Union Association of New York, announced that five more CUs signed up in the third quarter.

  • NAFCU Seeks to Relax Mortgage Rules

    NAFCU has written a letter to the NCUA asking the agency to ease some of its regulations surrounding the registration of mortgage originators.

  • Georgia Central to Host November ALM Conference

    Investment and asset-liability management experts will provide participants with a comprehensive educational ALM experience at Georgia Central CU's fourth annual ALM conference Nov. 2, at the Holiday Inn Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga.

  • Advantis CU Sets 'Troops' Timetable

    Oregon's Advantis Credit Union, leading the drive in that state to build two homes for severely injured soldiers from the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, said it is now ready to break ground for its second home and have it ready for occupancy by year-end.

  • Pennsylvania CU Group Heads to Haiti

    Industry efforts to help restore Haiti's financial structure following last January's devastating earthquake have drawn in the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association and Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU, who are making a special trip to the country.

Tech Bytes

  • uMonitor Added P2P to Transfer Solution

    Credit unions and banks using uMonitor's transfer solution can now offer their members and customers both P2P money transfer functionality and account-to-account (A2A) options, the company said.

  • Fiserv Wins Patelco

    A longtime Fiserv Inc. client has become the third, and by far the largest, credit union to commit to the company's newest core processing platform.

  • CashEdge Launches Small Business Person-to-Person Channel

    Payments specialist CashEdge Inc. said it has launched a small business version of its Popmoney person-to-person payment service.

  • Symitar Lands 32 New Users

    Thirty-two credit unions committed to becoming new users of Symitar core processing platforms in fiscal 2010, according to Jack Henry & Associates of Monett, Mo.

  • Jack Henry Offers RDC

    Jack Henry & Associates is now offering remote-deposit capture through the fast-growing mobile channel with the launch of a solution from its ProfitStars division.

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Opinion

  • We Need to Fix the Broken CU Model

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it!" This celebrated chestnut causes more damage than good and delays calls for correction. It supports defective conclusions about the true effectiveness of what is seemingly unbroken.

  • CU on the Scene

    The $1.2 billion United Federal Credit Union, St. Joseph, Mich, celebrated a milestone by gaining its 100,000th member.

  • Branching

    Ka'u Federal Credit Union has put a new twist on branching convenience by providing a walk up window in the town of Pahala.

On-Site Conference Coverage

NASCUS

Focus Report

In Memoriam

  • City County CU CEO Passes

    City County Credit Union staff and members are mourning the death of longtime President/CEO William Marquardt, who recently lost his battle with cancer.

Other

  • Community Events

    Addison Avenue Federal Credit Union, Sacramento, Calif., helped raise more than $14,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association at the annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon.

  • Donations

    Carter Federal Credit Union, Springhill, La., held its third annual St. Jude hamburger fundraiser at the Springhill Wal-Mart in August.

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