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Love And The Online Member

December 01, 2005
Love And The Online Member December 1, 2005 By Mary Mink Hang out in the right places Use a good pickup line Understand that beauty is in the beholder's eye Test for compatibility Know when to go all the way Plan your future together Don't get lazy or greedy Building... READ MORE

Internet Banking Security: Four Considerations

December 01, 2005
Internet Banking Security: Four Considerations December 1, 2005 By Patrick Totty Jim Maloney, chief security executive for Corillian Corp. , Hillsboro, Ore., says financial institutions will continue to see methods of attack evolve: Trojan horses, viruses, phishing, and pharming.' That's why credit unions should keep four things in mind about... READ MORE

The Finer Points Of HSA Reporting

December 01, 2005
The Finer Points Of HSA Reporting December 1, 2005 By Dennis L. Zuehlke After a slow start, health savings accounts (HSAs) are taking off as more credit unions begin to offer these tax-advantaged accounts, used to pay for health care expenses. Although HSAs have been available since Jan. 1, 2004,... READ MORE

Harland Introduces Check Fraud Prevention Technology

December 01, 2005
Harland Introduces Check Fraud Prevention Technology December 1, 2005 Every year, millions of consumers fall victim to identity theft, which according to the Federal Trade Commission is the nation's fastest-growing crime. Based on research conducted by John H. Harland Co. , 70% of consumers would be more likely... READ MORE

Thwart Debit Card Fraud At Every Turn

November 01, 2005
Thwart Debit Card Fraud At Every Turn November 1, 2005 By Glen Lee As debit card use grows, credit unions should apply the same security measures they use with credit cards. This strategy is designed to protect both member cardholders and credit unions. MasterCard and Visa promise consumers no liability... READ MORE

Manage Risk In A Rising-Rate Environment

November 01, 2005
Manage Risk In A Rising-Rate Environment November 1, 2005 By Tom Manley, CFA Determining the level of risk your credit union should take always is challenging, whether you're dealing with credit, interest-rate, or liquidity risk. Add today's flat yield curve and it makes for an especially demanding environment, placing pressures... READ MORE

Security, Innovation Top This CEO's Agenda

November 01, 2005
Security, Innovation Top This CEO's Agenda November 1, 2005 Who: James Blake What: President/CEO Where: HarborOne CU, Brockton, Mass. What's your CU's most compelling security initiative? Given the increasing pervasiveness of identity theft and fraud-related activities, we have begun a process working with our data center, COCC, [Avon, Conn.] where... READ MORE

What's The Most Common Disaster Planning Mistake CUs Make?

November 01, 2005
What's The Most Common Disaster Planning Mistake CUs Make? November 1, 2005 Beware Complacency The biggest mistake probably is complacency--not taking it seriously. It's difficult because there are so many other things to think about. But planning is absolutely critical if a disaster occurs. If we had a major disaster,... READ MORE

Future Forum Daily News

October 01, 2005
Future Forum Daily News October 1, 2005 CUNA FUTURE FORUM DAILY NEWS The following documents require Adobe reader to view. (Get Adobe Reader here. ) Sunday, September 25, 2005 Monday, September 26, 2005 Tuesday, September 27, 2005 READ MORE

CUNA Addresses CU/Bank Conversions

October 01, 2005
CUNA Addresses CU/Bank Conversions October 1, 2005 By Eugene Johnson Why are some large credit unions suddenly interested in converting to mutual savings bank charters? And how are credit union leagues and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) addressing the issue? Ostensibly, credit union officials say they need to convert... READ MORE

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