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Bolster Your Business Continuity Planning

July 01, 2005
Bolster Your Business Continuity Planning July 1, 2005 A comprehensive business continuity plan does more than meet Federal Financial nstitution Examination Council (FFIEC) regulations, it proves to members, employees, and others that the business will withstand any disaster, according to 'Business Continuity Planning and the FFIEC Guidelines,' a white paper... READ MORE

New ATM Features Accomplish Multiple Goals

June 01, 2005
New ATM Features Accomplish Multiple Goals June 1, 2005 By Darla Dernovsek As credit unions invest in automated teller machine (ATM) improvements or new machines that meet triple data encryption standard and Americans With Disability Act requirements, they're also likely to improve other ATM capabilities. So says 'ATM Strategies,' a... READ MORE

What's New With ATMs?

June 01, 2005
What's New With ATMs? June 1, 2005 By Patrick Totty Branch in a box Compliance, security challenges Out of the ‘skunk works Introducing new features While the most dramatic growth in the sheer number of automated teller machines (ATMs) is behind us, three factors ensure that the machines will continue... READ MORE

Take A Holistic Approach To Information Security

May 01, 2005
Take A Holistic Approach To Information Security May 1, 2005 A common information security mistake credit unions make is taking each problem and threat separately, Kevin Prince, product manager for Cavion Plus, Mounds View, Minn., recently told Credit Union Magazine . Instead, credit unions should implement solutions that guard against... READ MORE

Eight Effective Financial Management Keys

May 01, 2005
Eight Effective Financial Management Keys May 1, 2005 As credit unions and interest rates change, effective asset/liability management (ALM) becomes even more important. According to Tom Farin, president/CEO of Farin & Associates, Fitchburg, Wis., these eight financial management keys will help keep your credit union on track during times of... READ MORE

CUs Go To Great Lengths To Cultivate SEGs

May 01, 2005
CUs Go To Great Lengths To Cultivate SEGs May 1, 2005 By Eugene H. Johnson Ten years ago, IBM Rocky Mountain Federal Credit Union, Boulder, Colo., was a single-sponsor credit union. Then, IBM began spinning off subsidiaries such as Lexmark, and the institution inherited employee groups from the various IBM... READ MORE

The Joy of SEGs

May 01, 2005
The Joy of SEGs May 1, 2005 By Cathy Fleming Successful select employee group (SEG) development depends on personal contact, credit union executives say. 'It's important to maintain regular contact with your SEGs,' says Ginger Baehr, director of marketing/business development for $25 million asset Cutting Edge Federal Credit Union, Milwaukie,... READ MORE

What's your biggest SEG development challenge?

May 01, 2005
What's your biggest SEG development challenge? May 1, 2005 By Cathy Fleming Downsizings Hinder SEG Development There are a lot of mergers, relocations, and downsizing among companies today. Don't have all of your eggs in one basket. You might be better off diversifying and serving SEGs in different industries and... READ MORE

Customized Media Helps CUs Compete

May 01, 2005
Customized Media Helps CUs Compete May 1, 2005 By Carol Brenner Although today's credit unions continue to thrive in an atmosphere of strong competition from banks and other financial service providers, they face issues ranging from electronic check conversions to bank attacks. To succeed, credit unions need to find a... READ MORE

Out With The Envelope: ATM Deposit Automation Improves Security, Speed, Efficiency

April 01, 2005

Out With The Envelope: ATM Deposit Automation Improves Security, Speed, Efficiency April 1, 2005 By Peg Bost

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