CHICAGO – Four years after becoming a subsidiary of RBC Mortgage Company, CUSO Mortgage has changed its name to RBC Mortgage – Credit Union Division. A CUSO release said the name change will capitalize on the CUSO’s relationship with the parent company RBC Financial Group, the tenth largest financial services company in North America, based on market capitalization. RBC Mortgage Company is the 18th largest mortgage originator in the U.S. It originated more than $23 billion in mortgages in 2002. RBC Mortgage – Credit Union Division serves more than 80 credit unions and markets to more than 1.5 million credit union members.

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