Like many executives, Chad Graves begins his day by reading The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and his local newspaper. Only Graves is not a CEO or CFO, he’s the chief technologist at Ent Federal Credit Union.
Connecticut regulator Mary Ellen O'Neill replaces Idaho regulator Mary Hughes on association board.
After 30 years in business, the Fairfax, Va.-based core data processing system provider FedComp Inc. made the decision to move the 130 credit unions using its Internet banking product VirtualCU onto the Boise, Idaho-based Database Management Services’ more modern HomeCU. That’s left FedComp to put more resources into its flagship...
It’s the time of the year when pundits are analyzing the recent election and predicting what will happen in the new Congress during 2013.
Core processor to small credit unions maintains its focus. Find out more in this preview from next week's print edition.
Although some of the names are still unofficial, party choices for Senate committees that affect credit unions are starting to emerge.
After working in the credit union industry for more than 35 years, Idaho Credit Union League President/CEO Alan Cameron said he plans to retire June 30, 2013.
The partnership between the Fairfax, Va.-based FedComp Inc. and the Boise, Idaho-based Database Management Services Inc. is a demonstration of how two technology vendors can marry their strengths to best serve their clients.
Stepping down after more than 35 years in the industry.
Crafting a noninterest income strategy is an excellent way for credit unions to boost their revenue, but turning members off by unwanted fees in the process can defeat the whole purpose. That’s the premise of a new report from Filene Research Institute in Madison, Wis. titled, “In Search of Member-Friendly...