SECU

AcronymDefinition
SECUStandard Electronic Control Unit
SECUState Employees Credit Union of Maryland
SECUSchool Employees Credit Union (various locations)
SECUSchlumberger Employees Credit Union (Texas)
SECUSaginaw Eaton Credit Union (Saginaw, Michigan)
SECUSecurity Financial Group, Inc.
SECUSexually Exploited Child Unit (Los Angeles Police Department; Los Angeles, CA)
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based SECU in 1975 and served as its CFO since 1986.
SECU decided to select MRI Software due to the latter's ability to provide the flexibility and functionality to meet their unique business needs.
A not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by its members, SECU has been providing employees of the state of North Carolina and their families with consumer financial services for 75 years.
With service options ranging from rentals to property listings, Secure's ultimate objective will be to provide affordable homeownership opportunities to SECU members and their families throughout the state, the firm said.
A company press release stated that the Board of SECU believes that a consolidation with Numerica offers the ability to better serve their current 3,000 members within the Tri-Cities area.
Under Blaine's leadership, the SECU Foundation was launched in 2004 and was recently ranked 25th on a Top 50 Foundations list in North Carolina by the New York-based Foundation Center.
SECU provides independent, objective review of compliance with UNDP-adopted Social and Environmental Standards (SES) and other applicable social and environmental policies in response to allegations from project-affected people, the Administrator, or others authorized to bring compliance issues to the attention of SECU.
The SECU Foundation is the charitable and development arm of the $29 billion State Employees' Credit Union in Raleigh, N.
SECU also paid 381,000 items that, had they been returned, would have hit members with $14 million in potential charges, according to the credit union.