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Hartford MEFCU Selects Pemco

HARTFORD, Conn.-The $12.5-million Hartford Municipal Employee's FCU has selected Pemco Technologies, Seattle, for its Visa credit services. HMEFCU is beginning a new Visa Platinum program for its members.

For info: www.pemcotech.com.

'Hero's Quest' Makes Its Debut

PORTLAND, Ore.-Creative Abandon, a brand creation, consulting and implementation firm, has announced a proprietary process that it says helps credit unions discover how to become more than just a provider of products and services, and to become a hero to their members. Dubbed "Hero's Quest," it seeks to get at the heart of why the CU exists, to whom it offers the most compelling value proposition, and "how it can be truly heroic to these people." According to the company, Hero's Quest helps credit unions discover or develop their "Special Powers" which they use to bestow their "Ultimate Gift" upon their "Metropolis."

For info: 503-284-9621.

Constitution Corp. In Partnership

WALLINGFORD, Conn.-Constitution Corporate FCU has partnered with Charlie Mac, LLC to provide its secondary-market outlet services to member credit unions. Charlie Mac is a secondary-market investor that purchases loans originated by credit unions and credit unions only, and whose programs include JumboExpress (a jumbo mortgage loan program) and CARPooL (an auto loan program). CUs can choose to sell their jumbo mortgage loans servicing-retained, servicing-released with customized brand-name servicing, or by using a sub-servicer option.

For info: Dan Poulin at 800-352-3823, extension 6104 or danp constitutioncorp.org.

QuestSoft, Harland Intergrate

LAGUNA HILLS, Calif.-QuestSoft and Harland Financial Solutions, Lake Mary, Fla., have partnered to integrate loan origination solutions HMDA RELIEF and CRA RELIEF, allowing users to transfer data and automate the compliance process.

For info: www.harlandfinancialsolutions.com.

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