An ad hoc group of small Colorado credit unions is getting help from their larger brethren to cope with compliance and social media challenges. 

The latest assistance comes this month in the form of free workshops and staffing help to a group of CEOs from15 small and mid-sized credit unions who are drawing support from one another as well as receiving backing from peers among the state's largest credit unions, said a statement from the Alliance of Rocky Mountain Credit Unions.

Sundie Seefried, president/CEO of the $230 million Partner Colorado CU of Arvada and a founder of the year-old alliance, said the informal group was created to help credit unions help each other with business and operational support services and could be a model for use elsewhere in the country.

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