News & Announcements

Alabama Corporate Credit Union Brings Analytics to its Members

Posted on January 10, 2019

Credit Union Times

- By Roy Urrico

Irondale, Ala.-based Corporate America Credit Union and Salt Lake City-based Visible Equity joined forces to offer CACU’s members a current expected credit loss solution through Visible Equity’s analytics software.

The corporate credit union did extensive research on partners, “We know without robust, solid data analytics you can’t implement the most effective CECL process.  Visible Equity’s software is top of the line and we know our members will benefit,” Trey Rudder, vice president of strategic balance sheet management said. He added, CACU, with almost 500 members, wanted the best option for its connections.

CACU members have access to all Visible Equity’s products including deposit, fair lending, customer/marketing, peer and application analytics.

With over 725 existing credit union clients, Visible Equity said it has many others products useful to financial institution and strives to make the analytics process as simple as possible.  “Our clients view us as an extension of their team.  We work closely with each institution to ensure that data is implemented quickly and accurately and provides them with the tools and insight to effectively identify, measure and manage the risk in their loan portfolio,” Derrick Wiemer, chief information officer/COO, said.

CACU Announces Associate Business Membership with Credit Union National Association

Posted on October 10, 2018

(Irondale, AL) – Corporate America Credit Union has announced their associate business membership with Credit Union National Association (CUNA), America’s national trade association that advocates for the entire credit union movement.

As a business advocate with CUNA, CACU will add to this unequaled advocacy network and create positive regulatory and legislative change to make the movement stronger for everyone.

“By helping CUNA tell the credit union story, we hope to increase credit union success and foster deeper relationships with members across the country,” said Pete Pritts, CACU President/CEO. “Our voices are stronger together, and we hope to help credit unions achieve their goals and ultimately empower industry growth through this new and exciting relationship.”

“Associate Business Members provide the credit union system great value by engaging in advocacy, which bolsters our entire movement,” said CUNA Chief Engagement Officer Mollie Bell. “Corporate America’s partnership with CUNA helps strengthen our mission and means we’re able to arm even more of our system partners with the tools they need so we are all working together to remove barriers for credit union success.”

To learn more about associate business membership, visit

Fighting Fraud

Posted on August 18, 2018

CUBG Brings 2018 Conference to the South

Posted on August 1, 2018

Register Here

Join CUBG, credit union peers, and industry experts for this power-packed conference featuring valuable education, top-of-the-line products and services, and extensive networking opportunities.

Plus, attend sessions on the following key topics: •Business banking for millennials
•How to build an effective small loan program
•Growing core deposits through successful RDC sales
Enjoy an in-depth early bird session: •Best Practices in Business Deposits
•Optimizing Your Commercial Lending Process

Register On or Before July 13th:
$749 for CUBG Member Credit Unions
$849 for CUBG Affiliate, Specialty, & All Other Credit Unions

Register After July 13th:
$799 for CUBG Member Credit Unions
$899 for CUBG Affiliate, Specialty, & All Other Credit Unions

Monday Early Bird Sessions:
$179 each for CUBG Member Credit Unions
$229 each for CUBG Member Credit Unions

CACU steps up to support Hawaii First’s efforts

Posted on June 7, 2018

HILO, HI (June 6, 2018) — Hawaii First would like to recognize their first generous donor to the Pathways to Rebuilding Lives Project! Representing in true form, the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People”, Corporate America Credit Union and their President/CEO, Pete Pritts of Irondale, Alabama, stepped up to show their support by donating funds which will go directly to residents who have been displaced by the lava flow occurring in Puna, Hawaii.

Hawaii First Community Ventures, a 501(C)(3) non-profit arm of Hawaii First Federal Credit Union implemented this project in conjunction with its newly enhanced financial coaching platform to assist residents in creating step by step action plans to recover and rebuild from this natural disaster. Hawaii First is in it for the long-haul, committed to helping rebuild the lives of those that have lost everything and will now have to find the means to start over. There are currently no signs of this natural disaster ending soon and effects of this devastation, for many, will be long-term.

Funds will be granted to individuals as $500 or up to $2,000 per person upon completing their short-term action steps. Funds will be used towards essential living expenses as determined in their action plan.

If more organizations are interested in supporting this project through a donation, please see below. A huge “mahalo” to Corporate America Credit Union!

Donations may be wired to:
Corporate America Credit Union
ABA Routing #262090120
4365 Crescent Road
Irondale, Al 35210
Further Credit to: Hawaii First FCU
Acct #321379753
Final Credit to: Hawaii First Community Ventures
Memo: PRL Donation

Checks may be mailed payable to:
Hawaii First Community Ventures
PO Box 446 Kamuela, HI 96743
Memo: PRL Donation