The $568 million Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union and the $379 million Verity Credit Union in Seattle are the newest clients.
One of the biggest mistakes credit unions can make in serving their business members is treating them like their traditional members.
Despite the uncertainty and legal challenges over the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, credit unions need to stay the course and proceed with changes required by the law, said Brad Pricer, senior manager of employee benefits product management at CUNA Mutual during the Texas Credit Union League’s annual meeting.
Giant, encompassing mega-trends are remaking the credit union universe and before this is over, just about every credit union will feel the changes.
The $781 million Altura Credit Union is now offering users of iPhones, Androids, BlackBerrys and other Internet-enabled devices free downloadable mobile banking applications.
PSCU Financial Services is offering two new white papers on call centers and online and mobile banking services for credit unions.
As members contemplate the moves they need to make with their investment plans in light of layoffs and market fluctuations, are those credit unions that have yet to enter that realm really losing out?
The industry furor over the interchange amendment passed by the Senate and sponsored by Majority Whip Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), marked by a no-holds-barred grassroots campaign,
Michigan credit unions and CUSOs are spreading the word statewide to small business owners that financing is available.
Small businesses looking to link up with credit unions for financing can now do so at the Credit Union Small Business Financing Alliance's website at www.cusbfa.com.