Some of the same tech advancements that credit unions are leveraging to attract and retain members are proving just as attractive to a less savory element.
First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union of Fairhaven, Mass., said it has launched mobile banking for its service area of the Southcoast and Cape Cod Region of the Bay State.
Having failed at retirement, John Landis figured he might as well engage again in what he calls the “intellectual challenge” of creating, selling and supporting a new core processing system for credit unions.
Fiserv, Lending Tools said to be making offers for failed corporate's payments operation.
The 55,000 members of the $551 million Consumers Credit Union in Waukegan, Ill., will soon be offered merchant, home and mobile remote deposit capture from their credit union.
Island Federal Credit Union in Hauppauge, N.Y., said its longtime president and CEO, Robert J. Dethlefsen, is retiring effective Nov. 30.
"Switch kits" get a workout as disaffected bank customers move on in, many from Bank of America.
Illinois CU integrating new solutions along with core processing conversion.
Money from around the world pours into Harvard University, and into the accounts of members of Harvard University Employees Credit Union.
SAN ANTONIO —The marketplace for American credit unions is aging, getting younger, expects to have a branch to walk into and wants to do everything online.