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Payments Infrastructure Must Support Member Choice

The payments landscape is in a state of flux and has been for the last ten years. With all these new payment types from wearables to crypto-currencies, have we lost sight of what payments mean to the member? more>

What’s In Store for 2015: A Message from the Council Forum Chair

The CUNA Councils have big plans for the year ahead and we're excited you will be part of them. more>

Going Paperless and Complying with the E-Sign Act

As more and more credit union members move to online banking, credit unions are similarly encouraging members to accept electronic statements in lieu of paper statements as part of their online banking service. The advantages of doing so are several, not more>

Seven Ways Community Financial Institutions Can Compete with Mega Banks

The good news is that community institutions' customer base appears to be stable... The bad news is that 60% of potential financial institution customers think the mega banks are more convenient and more technologically advanced. more>

Reducing Distance between Bank and Customer

We need to rebuild the trust between the institutions and the public at large. The challenge we face is that the crisis was so significant and left such a deep scar that it's constantly showing up in the news with one $X-billion settlement after another. more>

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