Why mobile banking now is a “must have” for credit unions.
Cloud-based computing and e-signatures are the aspirin to the multi-featured open ended lending headache credit unions have been suffering from since the NCUA first issued the rules back in 2009, said John Levy, executive vice president and co-founder for Integrated Media Management, a Linden, N.J.-based technology vendor.
The 7,600-member, $75 million Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union has continued to benefit from its decision to open a branch on a sparsely populated island off the coast of Washington State.
A Connecticut college campus became the setting for a spring version of last fall’s Bank Transfer Day in the past several days.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Kristen Christian, the woman considered most responsible for Bank Transfer Day, has joined the push to raise the MBL cap.
Student lending program specialist adds 75 credit union partners in past year.
Jackson, Miss., CDCU takes over another former bank branch to help serve underserved areas.
"Cooperative bank charter" may exist only in Massachusetts law; CEO says "we have to compete with everyone in the market."
Credit unions expecting to profit markedly and gain many new accounts from Bank Transfer Day fallout and Occupy protests will need to drastically step up their technology game, according to a California research firm.
Javelin Strategy & Research founder says credit unions need to offer more Web and mobile products or "go the way of the Oldsmobile."