How do you steer a brand out front, convince all involved of the potential savings and still deliver a suite of products and services to credit unions, hopefully, seamlessly? Consider a merger.
It is crazy how quickly a once thriving CUSO can suddenly find itself on its back sucking for air and worrying about its future. I have seen this many times and the answers usually aren’t buried that deep. Let’s examine some of the ways on how not to get derailed...
This preview from next week's print edition takes an in-depth look at Mission FCU's acquisition of the Autoland CUSO.
More than a year after co-parent Telesis Community Credit Union’s financial woes pushed it into conservatorship, auto buying CUSO Autoland Inc. said it is looking forward to a fresh start.
“This allows us to stay in the credit union family as a CUSO, with a strong strategic credit union as the majority owner."
Purchase ends CUSO's management by NCUA since failure of Telesis Community Credit Union.
Making good on a promise it announced this past spring, CO-OP Financial Services is rolling out a new logo and branding for shared branching.
New Hampshire credit union wants more than $655,000 and mortgage servicing rights from Michigan-based CUSO Development Co.
The CU*NorthWest Leadership conference in Liberty Lake, Wash., sparked a CU smack down after a rousing roundtable discussion.
Michigan-based operations now one, offering card services, lending products, marketing, technology and other membership and management services.