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8 companies earn Industry Leaders of Arizona Awards

Photo: Anita Richey

Hundreds of Arizona’s best and brightest business leaders gathered Thursday at Chateau Luxe as Az Business magazine presented the 2016 Industry Leaders of Arizona Awards.  Presenting sponsors for the ILoA Awards were Arizona Central Credit Union, Clark Hill, CRESA, Lovitt & Touche’, RSM and Teladoc. The Industry Leaders of Arizona Awards recognize the contributions and impact of Arizona‐based companies on both the economy of Arizona and in… Read More →

Arizona Central Credit Union earns pair of awards

Enterprise Bank

Arizona Central Credit Union (ACCU) was named winner of two prestigious community service awards from the Mountain West Credit Union Association. The recognition includes the 2015 Community Impact Award and first place in a regional competition for the 2015 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award. The Mountain West Credit Union Association is a regional association representing 125 member credit… Read More →

Arizona Central CU teams up with Suns, Mercury

Shannon Brown

Arizona Central Credit Union has announced the signing of a multi-year marketing partnership agreement with the Phoenix Suns and Mercury basketball teams.  The NBA and WNBA teams play home games at the US Airways Center in Phoenix.  Also headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona Central Credit Union serves more than 55,000 members across Arizona with locations in… Read More →

Arizona Central Credit Union Launches Kids’ Website

Arizona Central Credit Union is launching a new initiative to encourage financial literacy among children. Designed for children between the ages of 8 and 12, this program is intended to encourage sound financial habits and further an awareness of positive saving and spending practices. Molly and Moe are the official mascots of the Monkey Money… Read More →

Credit Unions Were Well Capitalized Leading Into The Recession

money stack

Arizona credit unions are weathering the rocky economy fairly well, but not without some bumps and bruises along the way. More than 20 of the 55 credit unions in the state have seen their bottom lines slip into the red. Even so, conservative and prudent lending policies that steered them away from the risky subprime… Read More →