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  • People

    The $183 million Aspire Federal Credit Union in Clark, N.J., hired Joseph Riccardo as its first chief information officer. Riccardo's hiring follows the credit union's decision to convert to the Corelation KeyStone core processing platform next year, Aspire said. Riccardo has more than 30 years of financial and technology experience,...

  • McCloy to Succeed Peppers at $1.3B Westerra: People

    John McCloy promoted from within in Colorado, and other industry career news.

  • People in the News

    The $190 million Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union located in Houston, Texas has hired Brett Wooden for the newly created position of senior vice president of marketing and innovation. Prior to joining Cy-Fair, Wooden held positions at Unitus Community Credit Union in Portland, Ore., where he developed a reputation for using...

  • People in the News - Oct. 11, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • MSUFCU Promotes Two to SVP

    The $2.5 billion Michigan State University Federal Credit Union said Monday it has promoted two executives to newly created positions.

  • 5 Cool Tech Tools to Boost Efficiency, Service, Membership

    A refresher on the ways that five popular tech tools can help your credit union.

  • Transforming the ATM Through EMV

    This Opinion piece looks at diverse opportunities for new products and income presented by deploying EMV cards at the ATM.

  • BECU Members Go Live in Marketing Campaign (Video)

    Actual members breathe life into BECU’s latest campaign.

  • Credit Unions Ramp Up Remote Services

    The importance of remote banking was not widely understood or accepted in 2008. In just five years, however, the way members interact with their financial institutions has changed as evolving technology has ushered in a new era for financial services.

  • Hard Questions on Impact of Bank Transfer Day

    With the one-year anniversary of Bank Transfer Day approaching, credit unions continue to tout how the national financial institution-switch movement helped catapult their new member figures into record territory. But that success has forced some credit unions to deal with unprofitable new accounts, an industry expert said.

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