Missouri CUA Signs With JMFA

ST. LOUIS-The Missouri Credit Union Association has signed an agreement with John M. Floyd & Associates (JMFA) to be the association's preferred provider for overdraft privilege services. The MCUA serves 138 credit unions with more than 1.35 million members and more than $11 billion in assets.For info: www.mcua.org or www.jmfa.com

In-House Staffing Model Replaced

ALPHARETTA, Ga.-Financial Management Solutions, Inc., provider of business intelligence solutions for credit unions and banks, said $417-million Warren FCU, Cheyenne, Wyo., has adopted FMSI's Teller Management System, allowing the CU to replace its in-house staffing model with FMSI's multifunctional solution that maximizes service and optimizes the CU's workforce-while interfacing with its ADP payroll system.For info: www.fmsi.com

Team One CU In The Spotlight

MINNETONKA, Minn.-Datacard Group, maker of the CardWizard issuance software and financial card printers, said it helped $300-million Team One CU, Saginaw, Mich., increase card usage by 10% through an instant card issuance solution. Team One CU also developed its own custom online card application, Picture My Card, which can be used in-house or offered to other credit unions, and would enable members to upload their personalized photos to the CU's website to enable placement on their credit/debit cards.For info: www.picturemycard.com or www.datacard.com

CSCU Unveils Marketing Materials

TAMPA, Fla.-Card Services for Credit Unions recently unveiled its latest free marketing materials for its member credit unions: a new balance transfer promotion called "Live the Good Life and Reduce Debt." The campaign collateral includes marketing kits, statement inserts and eMarketing materials from CSCU. The campaign will run in August and September in member credit unions.For info: all files are available for member credit unions to download at www.cscu.net/marketing

Fed Discount Window Access Offered

MUSKEGON, Wis.-Corporate Central CU recently announced a new correspondent arrangement with the Federal Reserve Bank (FRB), enabling members to access the FRB Discount Window through their Corporate Central CU account. The correspondent arrangement establishes Corporate Central CU as the settlement point and enables established members to request advances from and make payments to the FRB through Corporate Central.For info: www.corpcu.comVisit www.cujournal.com today!

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