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LEVERAGE launches card services brand
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. and TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (6/23/14)--LEVERAGE, an affiliate of the League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU), has rebranded its transactional products and services as LEVERAGE Card Services.
 
LEVERAGE Card Services houses four card products for credit unions: debit processing and service, credit processing and service, card holder recovery services, and gift cards. It will also provide consulting for credit unions that will look at their card portfolios and help recognize opportunities to enhance and grow their portfolios.
 
"This new branding is a blend which recognizes the past and current state of the card environment while also looking toward the future," said Patrick La Pine, LSCU and LEVERAGE president/CEO. "We are also dedicating resources to grow portfolios and enter new lines of business. We recognize the value these programs bring to credit unions for their short-term and long-term success so we're dedicated to bringing in the necessary talent."
 
That talent includes Zac King who joins the LEVERAGE team as director of transactional services. Prior to coming to LEVERAGE, King worked at Redstone FCU, Huntsville, Ala., with $3.6 billion in assets, where he was the assistant vice president of card payment systems.


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