A new partnership between the World Council of Credit Unions and Boom Financial, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based company that provides mobile banking and money transfer services to immigrant and unbanked families, could pump new life into credit unions in developing countries.
Credit Union Centers using CO-OP Shared Branching to offer service.
The 89,400 members of the $6.1 billion Star One Credit Union in Sunnyvale, Calif., are now being offered mobile banking services through technology from Tyfone of Portland, Ore.
The 14,000 members of the $108 million Advantage One Credit Union in the downriver Detroit community of Brownstown, Mich., will be offered mobile banking services through Card Services for Credit Unions.
The $544 million, 24,800-member University of Hawaii Federal Credit Union has a new website and online banking and mobile banking services.
Bank Transfer Day encouraged consumers to walk into credit union branches and open accounts last Nov. 5. And as credit unions reviewed their deposit growth data from fourth-quarter 2011, many viewed the media-hyped event a success.
The $6.1 billion Star One Credit Union in Sunnyvale, Calif., said it is now offering mobile banking services through technology from Tyfone of Portland, Ore.
Credit Union Centers finds interest in survey of its participating credit unions.
Colorado credit union adds bill pay, enhance PFM and integrates functions for mobile bankers.
Tablets are taking over and credit unions need to get on board. That's one takeaway from this week's Mobility Matters column by Robert McGarvey.