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Calif.Nevada leagues team up with Autoland

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ONTARIO, Calif. (2/3/10)--The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues have partnered with Autoland to help credit union members with auto buying. Autoland is an auto buying service based in Chatsworth, Calif. Autoland can help credit union members find the car of their choice without extensive hours of research and visiting multiple dealerships, the leagues said. “Autoland consultants can do the research, locate the car, negotiate the price on behalf of the member, take care of trade-ins and coordinate the loan either directly through the credit union or an indirect channel like CUDL, plus deliver the car to the member’s home, work or nearest credit union branch," said Sylvia Fath, league senior vice president of business services. CUDL is an auto lender for credit unions. Autoland provides services to credit unions in 17 states.

Blue Oaks Analytics now called Lending Insights

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ONTARIO, Calif. (2/3/10)--Blue Oaks Analytics has changed its name to Lending Insights. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of CUDL, a credit union auto lender. Lending Insights also integrated four new tools to its Lending Performance Management System (LPMS), including Mortgage Lending, Revolving Credit, CUDL Origination Benchmark Reporting and Portfolio Analysis. LPMS is a set of online monitoring and reporting tools to help credit union lending, finance and collections executives monitor loan portfolios. Lending Insights develops analytic and business intelligence tools to help credit unions in the lending marketplace.

CU 24 surveys industry on products services challenges

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (2/3/10)--Credit Union 24, a credit union-owned ATM and point-of-sale (POS) network, is conducting an industry survey to identify trends in products, services and challenges. Credit union representatives can complete the survey and be eligible to win $1,000. The 15-question survey is accessible until the conclusion of the Credit Union National Association’s Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC). Use the link. Individuals also can complete the survey at the Credit Union 24 booth during the conference Feb. 21-23. The GAC takes place Feb. 21-25 in Washington, D.C. Survey questions address member behavior in using ATMs and POS terminals, including personal identification number and signature-based debit transactions, and social marketing. The survey also seeks to identify challenges that credit unions are experiencing in attracting new members, marketing strategies and tactics, and products and services. Those who complete the survey will be entered to win pre-loaded Visa cards valued up to $1,000. The drawings for the cards will be Feb. 23.