Missouri

  • Court Rules Business Responsible for Fraud Losses

    Because Choice Escrow declined bank security tools, it is responsible for a $440K fraudulent wire loss.

  • Synergent Signs Core Client

    New York credit union commits to Maine league's Episys service bureau.

  • People

    The $1.1 billion Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union in Lowell, Mass, hired Matthew Bernard as assistant vice president for network operations. He has more than 15 years of experience in the technology industry and was awarded two Purple Stars for wounds he received in combat while serving as an infantryman in...

  • Four Credit Unions to New Cores

    Four credit unions have announced core processing conversion completions or commitments in recent days.

  • Nine CU Employees Banned

    Of the nine prohibition orders issued last month by the NCUA, three were former employees of the $65 million Valley Credit Union in Tuscumbia, Ala.

  • Motorola Employees' Fiore Retires: People

    Read about new hires, promotions, retirement announcement and other career milestones from the credit union industry.

  • Four Credit Unions Convert, Commit to New Cores

    Episys, Sharetec each pick up two, while Fiserv loses three and CU*Answers one.

  • NCUA Issues Nine Prohibition Orders

    Three of the nine are individuals are from the same credit union.

  • People

    The $2.6 billion Northwest Federal Credit Union in Herndon, Va., hired Jeff Bentley as SVP of lending. Bentley has more than 25 years of financial services experience. He succeeds Colleen Daly, who retired in March. She began her career with Northwest Federal in 1984 as a teller. Daly also led...

  • FBI Eyes Gambling in $10 Million Loss at Kansas CU

    The FBI is investigating whether the former manager of the former Parsons-Pittsburg Credit Union embezzled $10 million and gambled it away at casinos in Oklahoma and Missouri, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court in Wichita, Kan.

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