Record-high EFT and shared branch transactions contributed to success in 2014 for the CUSO.
Retailers remove consumer ability to process transactions with a signature.
This year, CU Times honored five executives, one volunteer and two credit unions for their outstanding service and leadership.
CUES President/CEO Chuck Fagan returns to PSCU to head the CUSO after the departure of former CEO Mike Kelly.
TMG, CO-OP and Saylent all report increased transactions and amount spent.
The New York Credit Union Association to sell CUSO Covera Solutions, Inc. to CO-OP Financial Services.
New York Credit Union Association to sell payment subsidiary Covera, which serves 248 credit unions.
CUSO processes more than 3B electronic funds transfer and shared branch transactions in 2014.
After 23 years at the helm, Dave Osborn to retire in March from the $1.4B credit union.
First Data, CO-OP and The Members Group report increases in dollar volume and transactions over last year.