Credit Union Times Magazine October-21, 2009

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  • CU Business Group Touts $2 Billion Milestone

    With more than $2 billion in member business loans reviewed, CU Business Group LLC said it has reached another milestone.

  • Virtual 'Sophie' Offers Advice

    SimpliFi, a new online financial planning tool offered by Alliant Credit Union, features "Sophie," a virtual adviser to walk members through the process.

  • NACUSO Reschedules

    Credit union board and staff travel restrictions has forced NACUSO to reschedule its business services alliance conference from this November to fall 2010.

  • Condo Dispute Ends in Illinois CU's Favor

    A jury recently ruled in favor of IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union, deciding that the financial institution will not have to pay developers the $3.5 million they were seeking after the CU moved to foreclose a condo loan.

  • Seven CUs Create Student Loan CUSO

    Workers' Credit Union announced that it has partnered with six other credit unions to provide private education loans to students of ITT Technical Institutes.

  • Maine Court Queried On Card Damages

    The last shoe to drop in the Hannaford Brothers card security breach might just help credit unions gradually improve their position on such breaches in the future.

  • CUNA Mutual Offers ID Theft Protection

    CUNA Mutual Group announced that it is now offering an optional identity theft insurance program for credit union directors, officers and employees as part of its new management and professional liability insurance policy.

  • N.H. College Turns to CU Leaders for Recovery Tips

    Southern New Hampshire University included credit unions in a series of Webinars on the economic downturn to find out how the financial institutions are managing to fare during the current banking crisis.

Departments

  • Donations

    California Credit Union League, Santa Rosa, Calif., raised $2,400 through its Wine Country Chapter for Becoming Independent,

  • People

    EAST First Source Federal Credit Union, New Hartford, N.Y., announced that it added two new members to its volunteer teams.

Tech Bytes

Special Report

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Columns

Opinion

Publisher's Notebook

  • PUBLISHER'S NOTEBOOK

    Tom Davis, NACUSO's president, speaks regularly on credit union sustainability through business networks and collaboration.

On-Site Conference Coverage

Other

  • Correction

    An article in the Oct. 7 issue about Fiserv Inc.'s new Acumen account processing platform

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