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Could This Be the End to Credit Union Fees?

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Sure, fee income is great for increasing non-interest income. But ironically, that revenue comes at a cost. Or, a few costs, actually.

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CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 143 Stephanie Smith America’s Credit Union Museum

The building still stands at 420 Notre Dame Avenue in Manchester NH.  That’s where the nation’s first credit union – St. Mary’s Bank – opened its doors in 1908, to serve founding French American mill workers (and, yes, much of the original paperwork was written in French).

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Kirk Drake’s New Book ‘FinAncIal’ Investigates Artificial Intelligence in the Credit Union Space

By W.B. King

Originally published by Finopotamus – Fintech News for Hungry CUs

While most credit unions are using machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) in some form, the industry lacks a cohesive strategy. This premise is among themes covered in FinAncIal: Helping Financial Services Executives Prepare for an Artificial World, a new book by Ongoing Operations’ CEO Kirk Drake.

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Credit Union Subscription Checking / Share Draft 2.0 Guide

Banking habits are changing. Consequently, the way banking services are provided must change.

This Checking 2.0 Guide will give you context and insight about market trends, consumer behavior, and peer benchmarks. By the end of the guide, you should have a better understanding of the direction that checking accounts might take (or are already taking)—and you’ll learn about new fintechs that can help you modernize your offering.

This is a limited version of the guide—download the full version here!

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CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 142 John Herrera The Immigrant Banking Journey

Before logging into this call, I studied up on who John Herrera is.  He was born in Costa Rica, then came to the US to go to college at the University of Delaware and one thing led to another and instead of going back to Costa Rica to build a better society he stayed in the US and has worked on building a better society for all of us but with a special focus on Hispanic immigrants such as himself.

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