Employees Credit Union

  • SECU Donates $5M

    State Employees' Credit Union members have once again demonstrated the value of credit unions by helping make a new cancer center in Western North Carolina a reality.

  • SECU Replaces FFIEC Freeware With Geocoding Solution

    The nation's second-largest credit union has automated its efforts to meet HMDA lending regulations.

  • Donations

    Financial Center, Indianapolis, has raised $26,267.93 for the American Red Cross, contributing to the Haiti earthquake relief effort. The funds will provide

  • Scholarships

    Georgia Federal Credit Union, Duluth, Ga., announced the winners for its 2010 John F. Donoghue Catholic scholarships, created in honor of the archbishop who petitioned to add credit union benefits to members of the Archdiocese of Atlanta.

  • SECU Replaces FFIEC Freeware with Geocoding Solution

    State Employees' Credit Union said it has replaced its freeware from FFIEC with a Florida company's solution for automatic compliance with HMDA lending regulations.

  • Donations

    Meriwest Credit Union, San Jose, Calif., held a jeans day to raise money to support the victims of the Haiti earthquake. The credit union team raised $1,144 for Haiti relief.


    State Employees' Credit Union, Raleigh, N.C., announced a $4 million grant to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences via the SECU Foundation,

  • SECU Adds Homegrown E-Alerts, Text Messaging Tools

    State Employees' Credit Union in North Carolina has added electronic alerts and text messaging to its online and mobile offerings.


    Service Credit Union, Portsmouth, N.H., announced the appointment of William Arnold as chief information officer.

  • Hyland Report Supports Supplemental Capital and Stiff Safeguards

    Allowing credit unions to raise supplemental capital that is counted toward net worth requirements is an "appropriate policy consideration,"

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