The nation's second largest credit union has become the second CU in the country to put computer chips into its credit or debit cards.
The Members Group is offering a downloadable white paper on what it says may be the inevitable demise of magnetic-stripe cards in favor of the EMV global payments standard.
That's been the case this past year in credit union technology. That old saying is also considered a back-handed curse,
World Council of Credit Unions is doing its part to make sure credit unions are front and center in the United Nations' International Year of Cooperatives celebration in 2012.
World Council of Credit Unions is doing its part to make sure credit unions play a highly visible role in the United Nations' International Year of Cooperatives in 2012.
Arizona State Credit Union, Phoenix, Ariz., received the Peter Barron Stark Companies Award for Workplace Excellence. Although it is the fourth time the credit union has received the award, it is especially significant this year because it
Guest Blogger Walt Laskos opines on credit unions acting as cooperatives as we near 2012, the International Year of the Cooperative.
A new line of international term life and personal accident insurance products aim to provide members of the United Nations Federal Credit Union with more protection in war-torn and humanitarian crisis regions around the world.
For members who work and live in war-torn and humanitarian crisis regions, United Nations Federal Credit Union is coming to their aid with international term life and personal accident insurance.
The $3.1 billion United Nations Federal Credit Union has become the first financial institution in the United States to issue chip and PIN credit cards.