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  • People

    The $416 million Vermont Federal Credit Union in Burlington, Vt., promoted Kevin Parish to branch manager of the Burlington Branch. He joined Vermont Federal in 2013 and has more than 12 years of financial services and lending experience.

  • Crouchet Promoted at TDECU: People

    Read about the latest new hires, promotions, retirement announcements and other career milestones in this week's edition of People.

  • Four Hit in Three Fraud Cases

    Jessica Vidal, a former member services representative, and Connie Ortiz, former assistant branch manager, were indicted last week for embezzling more than $51,000 from the $423 million Pima Federal Credit Union in Tucson, Ariz.

  • Credit Union Cheats Face Charges, Sentencing

    Two former CU employees, a wholesale auto vendor and an ID thief face justice.

  • NCUA Approves 53 Mergers in First Quarter

    The NCUA approved 53 credit union mergers in the first quarter of 2014, down from the 71 approved consolidations during last year's first quarter and 62 at the end of the 2012 first quarter.

  • NCUA Approves 53 Mergers

    First quarter merger numbers down from 2013 and 2012's figures.

  • Core Processor, Mobile Banking Conversions Set

    One announcement is from a credit union that will be first in its market to offer mobile photo credit card account switching.

  • People

    The $197 million Tobyhanna Federal Credit Union in Scranton, Pa., hired Christopher Bresset as assistant vice president of consumer and indirect lending. He has more than 18 years of financial services experience, most recently with Honesdale National Bank in Honesdale, Pa.

  • Reinle Retires, Thompson Resurfaces at Autotruck Financial

    Former Kentucky Corporate CEO Jim Thompson will replace the retiring Huston Reinle at the $102M Kentucky credit union.

  • Langley FCU Leads District in SBA Volume

    For its Small Business Administration lending efforts, Langley Federal Credit Union said it was recently named the top credit union in loan production for its district.

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