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Prime Alliance inks deal on creditflood tech services

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NEW YORK (8/6/09)--Tukwila, Wash.-based Prime Alliance Solutions Inc., which provides iMortgage solutions for credit unions, has partnered with Kroll Factual Data to provide Kroll's credit and flood technology services through Prime Alliance Solutions' LOS platform. That means credit unions can order flood and credit reports from Kroll through Prime Alliance Solutions LOS (Reuters Significant Developments Aug. 4). The official launch is set for September and will be available through Prime Alliance Solutions' Retail Lending Center and Loan Fulfillment Center platforms. Prime Alliance serves 1,600 credit unions nationwide. Kroll is a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Cos. According to The New York Times (Aug. 5), Marsh & McLennan announced Wednesday a $193 million loss for second quarter, primarily as a result of a $315 million goodwill impairment charge against the value of its corporate security business.

Synergent offers marketing materials for Monty Moose

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WESTBROOK, Maine (8/6/09)--Synergent, a subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League, has redesigned its marketing materials for the Monty Moose Youth Program. Synergent offers credit unions redesigned the materials after including technology that youth can relate to such as cell phones, gaming systems and computers, according to Mike Rosmus, Synergent designer/illustrator. “When I was coming up with designs, I looked at my eight-year-old daughter and watched how she acted and saw the things she was interested in,” Rosmus said. Synergent updates its marketing materials that appeal to kids in particular ages group being targeted. It also is a resource for custom illustrated work, logos or other youth mascots for credit unions.

TNB Card Services First Data extend pact

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FARMERS BRANCH, Texas (8/6/09)--TNB Card Services of Dallas has renewed its agreement for First Data to provide credit card and debit card processing services through 2014, the Texas Credit Union League (TCUL) said. TNB provides credit unions with credit and debit processing--including STAR ATM Network services, ATM terminal driving, enriched card products, risk-based pricing tools and fraud detection systems (LoneStar Leaguer Aug. 4). TNB Card Services is TCUL’s endorsed debit-card processor for its member credit unions.

CUcorp expands partnership with CUDL

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ONTARIO, Calif. (8/6/09)--CUDL, which administers a point-of-purchase and indirect auto lending network for credit unions, announced a new marketing agreement with CUcorp, a subsidiary of the Michigan Credit Union League. The agreement will allow Michigan’s 350 credit unions to use CUDL’s auto lending suite. Products that will be jointly marketed by the organizations include CUDL’s auto lending portal, DecisionManager decision engine products and risk management tools. CUDL is a credit union service organization based in Ontario, Calif.