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Credit unions are winning in the fight to gain traction in mobile banking, but adoption rates have a long way to grow.
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but one thing that wasn’t. The real estate boom and subsequent bust. And it has worked out for credit unions in a big way. According to the NCUA’s second quarter statistics, homes in the Lone Star state have gained nearly 5% in value...
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but one thing that wasn’t – the real estate boom and subsequent bust – has worked out for credit unions in a big way.
Small screens are coming to a branch near you. That is a top line trend where, suddenly, digital, Internet-connected flat screens are transforming the in-branch experience and, said some credit union experts, it’s just in time.
In Texas, it’s no secret that going big is the likely way to go in the Lone Star state.
Thanks in part to auto loans, Security Service Federal Credit Union’s total loans have surpassed the $6 billion mark.
A few weeks after its merger plans were scuttled, the $3.1 billion Kinecta Federal Credit Union in Manhattan Beach, Calif., has named Keith Sultemeier as its president/CEO.
Security Service EVP Keith Sultemeier named new CEO at Kinecta as Roger Ballard gives up dual role for return to NuVision.