Credit Union Times Magazine September-15, 2010

CEO's Corner

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News Briefs

  • iPad Seminars!

    The Apple iPad-what it can do and a chance to win one-will be the topic of a series of seminars being presented in October

  • Fiserv Mobile Signings Reach 150

    Fiserv Inc. said it now has signed 150 credit unions has users of Mobile Money platform.

  • CP FCU Selects Jwaala

    CP Federal Credit Union in Jackson, Mich., said it will begin using the MoneyTracker Better Online Banking platform from Jwaala of Austin, Texas.

  • Philibosian Lands At Target Medi

    Leigh Philibosian, formerly senior vice president of marketing at the $3.5 billion Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU, has joined the Harrisburg, Pa.-based media planning and placement firm Target Media.

  • SBA Says Katrina Helped Agency in Overhaul

    After applying for an SBA disaster loan in October 2005, a New Orleans seafood processor damaged by Hurricane Katrina didn't get approved until May 2006 and didn't receive the funds until October 2006.

  • N.Y. Insurers Gain Access

    New York Gov. David A. Paterson (D) recently signed legislation that will enable insurance companies to deposit funds in credit unions.

  • Corporate America CU Snags NCUA's Buckley

    CEO Thomas Bonds confirmed to Credit Union Times that his $3.6 billion Corporate America Credit Union has hired NCUA Corporate Field Supervisor

  • Korean CU Movement

    The world's third largest credit union movement celebrated its 50th anniversary Sept. 7 in the Republic of Korea. Currently, 1,000 credit unions in South Korea

Editor-in-Chief's Column


  • What Can Be Learned From Hewlett-Packard?

    Mark V. Hurd resigned last month as chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, bringing into question some extremely complex financial, strategic and governance issues.

  • Without Competition, Has CUNA Mutual Become Too Powerful?

    What if 75% of credit unions used a single security systems company? Imagine the power that single company would have. Let's assume that single security company did a great job, year after year. Is that really healthy for the credit unions?

  • Hughes FCU Hires Basketball Coach as TV Pitchman

    The $500 million Hughes Federal Credit Union of Tucson has hired the University of Arizona head basketball coach as its new TV spokeswoman under a campaign aimed at tying the CU brand closer to college athletics.

  • Nutmeg Names CEO

    Nutmeg State Federal Credit Union has named former Dade County Federal Credit Union Executive Vice President John Holt as its new president/CEO.

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