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Kentucky league teams up with Missouris iVia Exchange Services
ST. LOUIS (8/26/11)--The Kentucky Credit Union League and the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) have entered into a joint marketing agreement to open the Kentucky credit union marketplace to the Missouri league’s subsidiary, iVia Exchange Services. iVia Exchange Services, formerly League Item Processing Center, provides credit unions with imaged item processing, remote branch capture, consumer deposit capture and iMerchant point of deposit for small business members. “The consolidation of Fed Districts and advances in technology have removed any geographic barriers to item processing,” said Kevin Brueseke, MCUA chief financial and services officer. “Whether credit union leaders choose to settle through a corporate credit union or some other entity like the Federal Reserve, we have systems and processes in place to meet their item processing needs.”


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