Community Credit Union

  • Calif. CU First New Fiserv Core

    Christian Community Credit Union in San Dimas, Calif., has become the first U.S. credit union to commit to the Acumen core processing platform from Fiserv Inc.


    Tobyhanna Army Depot Federal Credit Union, Scranton, Pa., announced the promotions of two employees.


    Quincy Credit Union, Quincy, Mass., announced the selection of Maura Gilmartin as the credit union's business development coordinator.

  • People

    GFA Federal Credit Union, Gardner, Mass., announced that Steven Anderson has joined its team as branch manager of its Fitchburg office.

  • Branching Out

    First Community Credit Union, Manchester, Mo., held a grand opening celebration for its newest branch.

  • Former Credit Union OmniAmerican Hits the Market With an IPO

    A credit union that fought the NCUA to become a mutual bank in 2005 has moved on to become a stock-issuing bank.

  • Maine CUs Push for Financial Outreach

    Donna Steckino, president/CEO of Community Credit Union in Lewiston and Auburn, testified on behalf of the Maine Credit Union League at a public hearing before the Insurance and Financial Services Committee in Augusta.

  • Regulator Says New Legislation Will Not Endanger CU Members' Free Speech

    Washington State's credit union regulator disputes suggestions that legislation her department supports would endanger the rights of credit union members to criticize their credit unions.

  • Former CU Turned Bank Going to Straight Stock

    Just as one former credit union turned bank issues its first stock, another has announced that it will abandon its previous mutual holding structure to become a fully stock issuing institution.

  • Former CU Turned Bank Launching IPO Today

    A holding company for OmniAmerican Bank, formerly OmniAmerican Credit Union, started trading stock on the NASDAQ stock exchange this morning after members of the federally chartered thrift voted to approve a conversion to a stock issuing bank.

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