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The next Credit Union Collection Consortium meeting will be on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017 at Our Credit Union located at 5625 E. Twelve Mile Road in Warren. Tom Geraghty from Experian will be discussing recent credit bureau reporting changes made this past July and how they have affected FICO scoring. Tom will also discuss the various Experian “Triggers” solutions and a new service called “E-Resolve.” Tom is Experian’s vertical account executive for credit unions.

The meeting is from 2-4 p.m. and is open to any interested credit union professionals. No RSVP is necessary. All interested credit union professionals are encouraged to attend. For more information call Julie Hoff at 586-777-0770, ext. 38 or Bryan Crampton at 248-549-3838, ext. 334.
 

Chief Financial Named Financially Healthiest Credit Union in Michigan

Chief Financial Credit Union, headquartered in Rochester Hills, has been named the 2017 Financially Healthiest Credit Union in Michigan and ranked in the Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions in the United States.

The ranking, measured by DepositAccounts.com, makes Chief Financial Credit Union the 36th healthiest credit union out of more than 10,000 financial institutions evaluated in the U.S. and number 1 out of 230 credit unions evaluated in Michigan.

“We are honored to receive this recognition,” says Chief Financial CEO Tom Dluzen. “Our team has worked incredibly hard and being recognized by a respected and independent reviewer like DepositAccounts.com is extremely rewarding.”

“Our employees, members and communities count on us,” Dluzen adds. “Doing the best we can for them is our highest priority. We are committed to our continuous improvement and the national recognition by DepositAccounts.com is confirmation that we are on the right track. From the addition of our Free Kasasa Rewards checking accounts to the creation of our Visa products that support our community partners Leader Dogs for the Blind and Rochester College, we are constantly looking for ways to reward our members and give back to our communities.”

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