NACUSO trade association welcomes new member Alloya Corporate FCU

NEWPORT BEACH, CA (December 14, 2020) — The National Association of Credit Union Services Organizations (NACUSO), the only trade association focused on growing and protecting the CUSO movement, welcomed Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union to the NACUSO family this week.

“We have been considering joining the trade association for some time now and decided it was the right fit for our corporate credit union because of their network that combines the power of cooperation with innovation,” said Jim Schneck, Chief Strategy & Information Officer for Alloya Corporate FCU.

“We are thrilled that a corporate credit union has joined NACUSO and sees the value of collaboration. We look forward to meeting members of their team at our NACUSO Network Conference in 2021,” said Jack Antonini, CEO of NACUSO.  “Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union has 1,400 credit union members and recognizes that the power of cooperation creates enormous value.”


The National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO) is a leading advocate for the credit union movement, dedicated to advancing innovation, collaboration, and sustainability within the industry. With a diverse membership representing a wide range of credit union service organizations, NACUSO is committed to driving positive change and empowering credit unions to thrive in a dynamic financial landscape.

About Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union

Alloya provides cooperative financial services to 1,400 member credit unions and credit union entities nationally. Together, the member-owners of Alloya wield aggregated power to gain access to affordable, comprehensive products and services – including transactions, liquidity and investments – to give each credit union a strategic advantage in the marketplace. Headquartered in Naperville, Ill., Alloya offers dependable and competitive lines of credit, secure and efficient product access and settlement and unparalleled member service. Visit to learn more.


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