Credit Union Times Magazine October 2, 2013

Featured Story

  • Regulators Bear Down on Vendors

    From increasing services to mitigating risks, the benefits of partnering with CUSOs and other vendors run the gamut, experts say.

  • What’s In Your CU Wallet?

    Fifteen credit unions are betting the time is right for a credit union centric digital wallet. That’s why they threw their weight behind startup CU Wallet, the brainchild of Paul Fiore, founder of Digital Insight, and Kirk Drake, CEO of the Hagerstown, Md.-based CUSO Ongoing Operations.

Front Page News

  • Financial Literacy in Crisis

    America has fallen woefully behind in providing adequate financial education to students and families, especially when it comes to student loans. Recent progress by government agencies, financial institutions and schools themselves is making up for lost time, but many college graduates will still face significant student loan debt that could...

  • BECU’s Durbin Hit: $45 Million

    The debit card interchange cap will cost the $11.5 billion BECU between $35 and $45 million in 2014.


Editor-in-Chief's Column


  • Women, Technology Critical to Success of Global CU Movement: Guest Opinion

    It’s a great time for U.S. credit unions. The need for strong financial guidance is acute, awareness of the credit union difference is rising, membership is high and surveys tell us members are overwhelmingly satisfied. Yes, there’s room for improvement, but generally, it’s terrific to be a credit union leader...

  • Kiosks Evolving Branch Experience, Efficiency: Guest Opinion

    A growing number of credit unions are working to make their branches more sales and service oriented and kiosks are part of the transformation. Kiosks are being used to provide members with complex product information and assist with member queuing—all while supporting management demand for better staff utilization and improved...

Letters to the editor

  • Time to Level the Playing Field: Letter to the Editor

    The interesting thing about level playing fields is that you sure hear a lot of people preaching and complaining about them; but, much like the Loch Ness monster, it’s hard to find anyone who has ever really seen one.

  • Ent Employees Support Communities: Letter to the Editor

    At Ent Federal Credit Union, giving back to the community is an important part of our culture, and year after year, our employees donate their time, talent and resources to support local causes in a meaningful way. Our employees are right now taking part in our annual United Way campaign,...


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