AEFCU

AcronymDefinition
AEFCUAllegheny Energy Federal Credit Union (Pennsylvania)
AEFCUAmerican Eagle Federal Credit Union (Connecticut)
AEFCUAlbertsons Employees' Federal Credit Union (various locations)
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now has a client list of more than 150, and AEFCU joins Elevations CU in Colorado and New Mexico Educators FCU as credit union users, the company said.
The WFM solution, which AEFCU purchased in December 2008, offers a unique, easy to understand graphical interface known as "workload fit.
A workforce management system can help credit unions, such as AEFCU, deliver a better member experience at a much lower cost of labor.
In fact, she thought she might be able to work it so that she would just pretend to put $5 million in an AEFCU account in Schacht's name, and then Mousley would be able to ping that and get the deal rolling.
Being president of a credit union--practically a banker--Judy knew that either party to a joint account could make withdrawals, so she got Schacht to sign a document acknowledging that the $1 million had been deposited by her and AEFCU.
Our core values are caring, trust and dependability, and our vision is to be the community's first choice for financial services," said Dean Marchessault, executive vice president and chief operating officer of AEFCU.
AEFCU joins a growing list of leading credit unions and banks, including Elevations Credit Union, New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union, BB&T, Bank of the West, Zions Bancorporation and First Merit, who use GMT Planet to optimize branch staffing.
Cyveillance alerts AEFCU in real time when its Internet monitoring technology detects a potential phishing attack.
With 19 branch offices and 21 ATMs, AEFCU processed 750,000 proprietary ATM transactions and 130,000 network transactions, as well as 1.
Whispers devotees will recall that Judy stole $500,000 from an AEFCU customer with the promise of moving it into a super-safe, high-yielding CD--but instead combined it with another $500,000, mostly borrowed, in order to invest in the Iowa Speedway.
District Court that she had defrauded an AEFCU customer (and, ultimately, the credit union's bonding company) out of $500,000.