Would Trump Policies Help or Hurt Financial Tech? Yes.
President-elect Trump has shown little interest in technology beyond social media, but several of his policies could significantly affect the decisions FIs and their tech vendors make about tech.   more »
As the outgoing administration stresses the need for stricter regulatory requirements on new fintech companies, technology companies are urging President-elect Donald Trump to lower the barriers to entry for new financial industry players. more »
The $7.7 billion-asset San Diego County CU has launched its own mobile wallet offering as part of a partnership with CU Wallet. more »
Eliminating one-off spreadsheets has helped Westerra CU greatly improve its financial reporting, reducing the time to produce the reports and generating more in-depth analysis. more »
Vibrant CU synchronized its conversion to a new core processing solution with a rebranding effort to shore up a CU that had been losing members, loans and deposits. more »
In an effort to find a faster, easier and more secure way to authenticate members in branches, Gesa Credit Union installed some new technology in its three busiest ones late last year. more »
Desert Schools FCU has a message for other credit unions undergoing a core conversion: "Use a system how it's designed. Don't try to make it look like your old system." more »
Creating a more responsive, intuitive site that connected to Tech CU's rebranding efforts helped drive online lending volume. more »
Post Office Employees FCU in Shreveport, La., has selected Sharatec System as its new core provider. more »
Credit unions can learn about cybersecurity and how to strengthen relations with digital vendors through a webinar hosted by the National Credit Union Administration. more »
A Trump presidency might very well accelerate recent efforts to adapt banking regulation to the rise of fintech. more »
An index to SourceMedia's comprehensive election analysis for professionals in financial services, healthcare and technology. With coverage of more than 50 contests and ballot initiatives more »
Donald Trump's stunning upset in the presidential race on Tuesday is likely to embolden his followers to push for changes to Internet law that could significantly alter how financial technology is conceived, built and delivered to market. more »
The Future of the CU Movement
With more than 500 participants spread among credit unions in Florida and Alabama, the League of Southeastern CUs' Young Professionals group is one of the most active in the country. Here's a look at how that group -- working together and with more seasoned members of the industry -- is creating the future of the credit union movement.