"We're happy to collaborate with CUES on this important school, which was developed to honor Stan Hollen, following his retirement as CO-OP CEO," said Sarah Canepa Bang, executive vice president, industry relations, CO-OP Financial Services.
"To further honor Stan's contributions to the industry, CUES is funding two Stan Hollen Scholarships," said Pembroke. "The scholarships will pay the tuition in full to two deserving credit union leaders."
Attendees who complete all course work and assigned projects will earn the Certified Payments Strategist (CPS) designation. Watch cues.org for more on Payments University and the scholarship application materials in the coming weeks.
For more on CO-OP Financial Services, visit co-opfs.org/.
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CO-OP Financial Services is a financial technology company that supports 3,500 credit unions and 60 million members by providing a cutting-edge suite of customizable tools and services. The company was the first in its industry to merge purpose, innovation and technology to help credit unions advance the industry mission of people helping people.
CUES is a Madison, Wisconsin-based, independent, not-for-profit, international membership association for credit union executives. CUES' mission is to educate and develop credit union CEOs, directors and future leaders.