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Consolidation to create $815 million North Texas institution with 65,000 members and 13 branches.
Students will work with members and management at DeSoto High School branch, and branded debit card will be among offerings.
The 55,800-member’s new online banking center was built using the NetTeller platform from its core processor, Symitar.
Leominster Credit Union, Leominster, Mass., announced the promotions of Randy Harris, Bryon Goguen, John Diggins and Joanne Lattanzi. Harris was promoted to assistant vice president, treasury. Harris joined the credit union in 2004 as a financial analyst. A ¬22-year veteran in the financial services industry, Harris has extensive...
The $748 million, 54,500-member Texas Trust Credit Union in Mansfield, Texas, is now offering a mobile remote check deposit service.
This preview from the March 13 print edition takes a look at the fight against loan fraud.
With the recent guilty verdict against a businessman that scammed $7.5 million from the former Lockheed Credit Union to obtain a number of loans, the decision may have offered another instance of assurance that the public is becoming increasingly fed up with fraud.
Annual NCUA examiners roundtable also a highlight at February conference of the Credit Union Information Security Professionals Association.