Altura Credit Union

  • TDR Rule Brightens CUs Financials

    Credit unions that have restructured loans for struggling members no longer have to pay the price on their financial performance reports. That’s because a final rule released in May by the NCUA, which applied GAAP standards to the reporting of delinquent restructured residential mortgage loans, included a provision that released...

  • Altura CU’s Auto CUSO Reports Revenue Increase

    Auto Expert says vehicle sales up 35% in second quarter, revenue up 38%, as it works with 17 credit unions.

  • Altura Credit Union: Reviving Economy Brings Human Tellers Back to Branch

    The Riverside, Calif., credit union said it will return human beings to its Murrieta branch after it had been an ATM-only location for almost a year.

  • California CUs: The Calm After the Storm

    The Golden State’s credit unions may be nearing the end of their long journey to recovery. According to the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, California CUs made progress in 2011 in the areas of net income, net worth ratios, membership growth and loan performance.

  • Long, Winding Road to Recovery

    At the close of 2011’s second quarter, a handful of credit unions located in the sand states, where a teetering economy has made it most difficult for financial institutions to thrive, shared hopeful bits of news: net worth ratio improvements, net income increases, loan loss reductions and operating expense cutbacks.

  • Sand States See Long, Winding Road to Recovery: Print Preview

    This article will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.

  • Country Music Win for CU Member

    The $731 million Altura Credit Union sent one of its members, Miriam Perez Blum of Moreno Valley, to meet Grammy-award winning country music singer Carrie Underwood at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival held earlier this month.

  • These Hard Times Shrink Altura CU

    The $722 million Altura Credit Union, headquartered in Riverside, Calif., will close four branches and lay off 11% of its workforce.

  • Altura CU Announces Branch Closings, Layoffs

    The $722 million Altura Credit Union in Riverside, Calif., will close four branches and is apparently laying off 11% of its workforce.

  • Downloadable Apps

    The $781 million Altura Credit Union is now offering users of iPhones, Androids, BlackBerrys and other Internet-enabled devices free downloadable mobile banking applications.

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