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  • Mergers Move East

    For months it has been the sand states getting all the merger attention. But last week’s consolidation move by the $2.6 billion Visions FCU, Endicott, N.Y., to take over the long-ailing $330 million Paragon FCU in New Jersey shifted the merger focus to the Mid-Atlantic.

  • Visions Eyes More ‘Robust’ Business in Paragon Merger

    Nov. 1 conclusion eyed for New York credit union's takeover of troubled New Jersey counterpart.

  • KeyPoint CEO Sets Retirement

    Add Tim Kramer, president/CEO of KeyPoint Credit Union to the growing list of credit union leaders shifting into retirement.

  • The Collaborative and Innovative Strategic Leader

    Having just returned from NACUSO’s 2011 Annual Conference in Las Vegas, I thought it would be appropriate to share some perspective on current issues and trends that will impact your credit union and its ability to survive and thrive.

  • Texas CU Takes Project Management Into the Cloud

    The marketing department at Firstmark Credit Union has turned to the cloud to, among other things, solve that age-old conundrum of what to do when Macs and PCs won't play nice.

  • Symitar to Offer Gladiator ESM

    The 550 credit unions using the Symitar Episys core platform will now be offered the Gladiator Enterprise Security Monitoring solution from a sister division at Jack Henry & Associates.

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  • Jack Henry Debuts CU Version of Gladiator ESM

    Jack Henry & Associates said its Gladiator Enterprise Security Monitoring solution for banks is now being offered to credit unions using the company's Symitar Episys core processing platform.

  • Credit Unions Can Harness Our Passion for Causes

    Spread the word to young people in your area that, like buying locally grown food from a farmer's market or purchasing fair trade products, joining your credit union is another way they can vote with their dollars to make the world a better place.

  • Without Competition, Has CUNA Mutual Become Too Powerful?

    What if 75% of credit unions used a single security systems company? Imagine the power that single company would have. Let's assume that single security company did a great job, year after year. Is that really healthy for the credit unions?

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