The $253 million Dominion Credit Union in Richmond, Va., plans to convert to the Symitar Episys core processing platform from Jack Henry & Associates of Monett, Mo.
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OCC slaps Symitar provider with an enforcement order regarding its disaster recovery and business continuity processes.
Federal regulator orders Symitar provider to resolve disaster recovery issues following Hurricane Sandy.
The $253 million Virginia-based credit union will convert to Symitar's Episys after running on Fiserv's DataSafe for more than 20 years.
Although mergers completed in 2013 decreased from 2012, NCUA Economist John Worth said the pace hasn't changed much since 2000.
Opposing trade groups put their differences aside to join forces in a letter to Congress supporting patent troll legislation.
Three more credit unions announced their intent to change core processing platforms.
Two credit unions commit to Symitar, while a third converts from one Fiserv platform to another.
Members surveyed also reported their average Target breach cost was $45,000.