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Hines sells 1.45-acre retail pad at Kierland One

Kierland One

Hines, the international real estate firm, recently sold a 1.45-acre retail pad at Kierland One, an office building in the North Scottsdale Airpark submarket, to Arizona State Credit Union and Cole Investment Group. Arizona State Credit Union purchased a 25,696-square-foot parcel and has plans to build a 4,400-square-foot state-of-the-art branch, which will include a drive… Read More →

Big crowd honors Arizona’s Most Influential Women


A crowd of nearly 500 people packed Chateau Luxe in Phoenix Thursday night to honor Az Business and AZRE magazines’ Most Influential Women in Arizona Business. “The Most Influential Women issue of both magazines is easily our most popular issue of the year,”said AZ Big Media  Publisher Cheryl Green. “This year, we had more than 2,000 women… Read More →

Deborah Pearson: Most Influential Women

by in Blogs

Deborah Pearson, SVP of strategy and brand, Arizona State Credit Union Pearson is a strategic executive with broad expertise in creating value for target markets, organizations and stakeholders. Greatest accomplishment: “Learning the value of collaboration, communicating the ‘why,’ and the importance of demonstrating the highest degree of character by being respectful and genuine.” Childhood aspiration: “A woman… Read More →

Arizona State Credit Union will award 41 scholarships

valley forward receives grant

Arizona State Credit Union has announced its 2015 Scholarship and Grant Program. This year, the Credit Union will award a total of $44,000 to students and graduates. Each of the Credit Union’s 20 branch locations will award one $1,000 scholarship to students and one $1,000 grant to graduates who are Credit Union members. “We are proud… Read More →

C & W | PICOR mid-June recent transactions

5930 E. Pima St., Suite 144 in Tucson
by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage

SALE Richard Neal Mills Trust purchased Mohave Gardens Apartments, a 24-unit apartment complex at 126 E. Mohave Rd. in Tucson from Ricardo and Sheryl Rabinovich 2008 Living Trust for $650,000.  Allan Mendelsberg, Investment Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the buyer and the seller in this transaction. Silverman Auto, Inc. purchased a 1,120… Read More →

Arizona State Credit Union donates $5K to local food banks


During its 64th Annual Meeting, Arizona State Credit Union demonstrated one of its core values by donating $5,000 to Arizona community food banks. The recipients of this year’s donation include St. Mary’s Food Bank and Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. “Making a difference in our Arizona communities is a key component of our mission… Read More →

Arizona State Credit Union rewards grads

college graduates

Arizona State Credit Union awarded $38,000 to 19 deserving students and alumni of Arizona universities and colleges through its Community Leaders Scholarship and Loan Reduction Grant program. The seventh annual grant and scholarship program supports the Credit Union’s ongoing commitment to provide financial assistance to students and alumni of in-state colleges and universities. “The Credit… Read More →

Arizona State Credit Union Earns Excellence Award

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For the sixth time, Arizona State Credit Union has been awarded the Peter Barron Stark (PBS) Companies’ Award for Workplace Excellence. “It is with pride that we award Arizona State Credit Union with the 2014 Peter Barron Stark Companies’ Award for Workplace Excellence. Arizona State Credit Union’s commitment to providing caring service shines through their… Read More →

Credit unions grow membership, revenue

by in Business News | Finance

Like many other industries, credit unions in Arizona are bouncing back from the economic downturn. Credit unions, which are similar to banks in the products and services that they offer except at a slightly lower cost, are taking advantage of consumer disenchantment with big banks to attract new members. According to a recent National Credit… Read More →

Arizona State Credit Union recycles 23 tons of documents

by in Business News | Green

Arizona State Credit Union’s eight shred events resulted in recycling 47,884 pounds of paper, which is 15,000 pounds more than 2011’s Shred-A-Thon. This sizeable contribution equates to saving 239 trees. Members of northern Arizona communities were encouraged to participate in the free events by bringing up to five boxes of their sensitive documents to the… Read More →

Arizona State Credit Union earns honor

by in Business News | Finance | Workforce

Arizona State Credit Union’s unwavering commitment to associates’ long-term financial well-being has earned the local financial cooperative national acclaim. An independent judging panel of employee benefits experts named Arizona State Credit Union one of the 2012 winners of The Principal 10 Best Companies for Employee Financial Security. Judges selected the credit union because of their… Read More →

Arizona State Credit Union Expands Chino Valley Branch

Arizona State Credit Union

Arizona State Credit Union will celebrate the expansion of its Chino Valley branch with a grand re-opening on Tuesday, June 26, where Mayor Chris Marley and the city’s Chamber of Commerce will be in attendance. “I am excited to see businesses in Chino Valley expanding,” says Chino Valley Mayor Chris Marley. “When our local businesses… Read More →

Mobile Banking Causes Security Concerns

Mobile Banking - AZ Business Magazine January/February 2012
by in AZ Business Magazine | Finance | Tech

Use of phone apps skyrockets 45 percent in six-month span, but how safe are they? The smart phone is becoming to banking what the knife has become to bread: It’s changing the way we consume. “Mobile banking has had the biggest impact on financial institutions since the introduction of ATMs,” says Paul Stull, senior vice… Read More →

Credit Unions Could Be A Big Boost To Small Business

Credit Unions Big Boose to Small Business - AZ Business Magazine September/October 2011
by in AZ Business Magazine | Finance

Every week while driving to work I notice an increasing number of empty store fronts. A local restaurant, boutique or consulting firm that was there last week, is no longer there today. It makes me wonder how many of those local small businesses could have survived had they applied and been approved for a small… Read More →