Why credit unions need to emphasize digital convenience and utility

first_imgIn our weekly newsletter, we shared a short PR blurb about how Sound Credit Union recently completed a Zelle® integration. Sound Credit Union is well over $1b in assets, which raised several questions:Are other leading credit unions also late to the peer-to-peer (P2P) payments game?Is P2P capability on the 2021 roadmap for smaller credit unions?How is this even newsworthy?Well, we know the answer to the last question. Difficult cores, cantankerous online banking providers, and integration woes make P2P technology a real pain. But convenient utilities like Zelle® are increasingly necessary for credit unions…Unless you like losing market share to fintechs and big banks! continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Hackney cuts debts by £6m as financial year-end nears

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McILroy and Lowry out of Matchplay

first_imgMcIlory was handed a walkover in his second group game against Gary Woodland, but was knocked out after Denmark’s Soren Kjeldsen won his second match 4 and 3.Lowry meanwhile lost to Jon Rahm overnight.Both players play their final group games later today, with McIlroy meeting Emiliano Grillo and Lowry taking on Kevin Chappell.last_img