ONTARIO, Calif. — The pending acquisition of eFunds by Fidelity National Information Services should not have a big impact on CO-OP Financial Services, even though CO-OP processes its EFT transactions with eFunds, according to Stan Hollen, CEO of CO-OP.

“This announcement was not unexpected,” Hollen said in a prepared statement. “I have called executives at both EFD and FIS congratulating them on this new relationship and expressing the support of CO-OP Financial Services. In turn they expressed their support for CO-OP Financial Services and a commitment to our initiatives.”

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