Client News

SAFE Federal Credit Union Hosts Annual Meeting March 20 in Sumter

SUMTER, South Carolina, March 2, 2017 – Nearly 3,000 members of SAFE Federal Credit Union from across the Midlands are expected at the credit union’s annual business meeting on Monday, March 20, in Sumter. Results of the board of directors election will be announced, along with college scholarships for local high school students.

Texas Trust Employee Training Day Benefits Mission Arlington

ARLINGTON, Texas – February 28, 2017 – Employees of Texas Trust Credit Union spent President’s Day volunteering at the Mission Arlington charity organization. Nearly all of Texas Trust’s 260 employees took part in the volunteer effort, which was part of the credit union’s fifth annual all-employee training event.

Ekinops 100G Solution Chosen by a Major Operator in West Africa

PARIS, February 21, 2017 – Ekinops, a leading supplier of next-generation optical network equipment, has partnered with Orange Ivory Coast, the number one telecommunications operator in Ivory Coast, for the rollout of a 100 gigabits per second solution. To meet growth in data traffic demand, Orange Ivory Coast extended the transmission capacity of its network along the country’s main strategic routes.

Qualtrust Credit Union and Texas Trust Credit Union Intend to Merge

ARLINGTON, Texas – February 15, 2017 – Qualtrust Credit Union of Las Colinas and Texas Trust Credit Union of Arlington announced their boards have agreed to unite. The newly combined credit union will begin joint operations under the Texas Trust banner by the end of 2017, pending regulatory approval and an affirmative vote by the Qualtrust membership.

SAFE Federal Credit Union Names Jim Rasmus its VP of Human Resources

SUMTER, South Carolina, February 14, 2017 – Jim Rasmus, an accomplished human resources executive with experience at major companies across several industries, is the new vice president of human resources for SAFE Federal Credit Union. Rasmus comes to SAFE from Georgia Perimeter College in Decatur, Georgia, where he served eight years as chief human resources officer.