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Mich. League Teams With Centrix

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.-Centrix Financial, LLC, has signed a marketing agreement with the Michigan CU League, under which the league's Service Corp. will promote the Centrix Portfolio Management Program. Centrix said the PMP allows credit unions to provide special financing auto loans to their credit-impaired members by having Centrix market, underwrite, service, collect and insure the loans against principal loss, minimizing the risk to the CU.

For info: or 303-223-7021.

New Security For Cash Deliveries

LONDON-NCR Corporation is beefing up security surrounding the delivery of cash to ATMs both in the vehicle and across the pavement as well as during replenishment and operation using two products called Genesis and Sentinel. Both products use indelible ink to spoil the cash inside unit during a physical attack, reducing losses as a result of criminal activity and the cost of cash delivery. It is being marketed by NCR subsidiary Fluiditi.

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Mills Agency Is Recognized

ATLANTA-Public relations firm The William Mills Agency has been recognized by the Council of Public Relations as being 67th (out of 107) in technology and 61st (out of 215) in business-to-business PR firms. The William Mills Agency has also been recognized by O'Dwyers, a public relations publishing resource, as 84th (out of 146) in the year 2000 for worldwide fees of independent firms with major U.S. operations and 28th (out of 66) as a firm specializing in high-tech public relations.

For info: 678-781-7200 or

2 Funds Named Top-Performers

MADISON, Wis.-Two mutual funds managed by the investment advisor affiliate of the CUNA Mutual Group have been listed as "Lipper Leaders for Wealth Preservation" on the most recent list of top-performing funds compiled by the New York-based fund tracking MEMBERS Capital Advisors, an affiliate of the CUNA Mutual Group, manages the MEMBERS Bond Fund A, and MEMBERS Growth and Income Fund A, which were named in the top 20% of similar funds for having the least "downside" in returns over the last three years.

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