PSCU said the $180 million Alcoa Tenn Federal Credit Union is the first client to use its new mobile bill pay offering.
The $180 million Alcoa Tenn Federal Credit Union is the first to go live on a new mobile bill pay offering from PSCU.
Two ad hoc industry groups, one in Michigan and the other in Tennessee, that have been among the most vocal in lambasting NCUA policies on corporates, salaries and compliance all year, held firm in their critical stands again last week. And they issued new complaints.
Two ad hoc industry groups among the most vocal in stirring critical debate about the NCUA said their stands are unchanged.
A group of credit union CEOs and top managers claimed progress in winning support from Congress to halt what they said are damaging policies of NCUA and regulatory agencies as they pursue rescinding the Durbin interchange amendment.
The attack on NCUA policies spearheaded last December in a petition drive by a Michigan CUSO group entered a new phase last week when a Tennessee group joined the fray.
The coordinator of an ad hoc, Tennessee-based group of credit union CEOs and managers with beefs about NCUA and “overreach” by federal agencies made clear Thursday the group’s motives: get the attention of Congress in a hurry.
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