RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – Consumer preference for a single provider and addressing “financial fragility” as a source of dissatisfaction are among the key findings of a new study suggesting credit unions are strongly positioned in the current marketplace.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, California – Iowa credit union members can access their money at even more surcharge-free ATMs thanks to a partnership between CO-OP Financial Services and SHAZAM. The alliance means credit unions in the state can provide members with access to a combined total of nearly 33,000 surcharge-free CO-OP ATMs and SHAZAM Privileged StatusTM ATMs across the nation.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, California – As UMe Credit Union approached the end of its existing card processing agreement, the institution set as a goal, “aligning with a vendor who is forward-thinking in terms of technology, but also, who truly wants to be a partner in working with us,” said Robert Einstein, President/CEO. “We value relationships.”
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, California – Personal finance journalist Jean Chatzky is a fierce advocate for financial literacy. On September 17 she will transfer her talent for “making money make sense” to the credit union attendees of the THINK Master Class, “Designing Your Financial Wellness Ecosystem.” Chatzky has designed the 90-minute, interactive course especially for credit union professionals looking for ways to help members navigate the ongoing financial challenges of COVID-19.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, California – Rudy Pereira, President/CEO of Premier America Credit Union of Chatsworth, California, has joined the Board of Directors of CO-OP Financial Services, elected to a three-year term during the company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders held August 18.