Catholic United Financial Credit Union President Speaks at Identity Theft, Senior Fraud Awareness...
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Catholic United Financial Credit Union - KIMBALL & ST. PAUL, Minn. (August 22, 2017) - This month, Catholic United Financial Credit Union hosted free Identity Theft and Senior Fraud Awareness Seminars in Kimball and St. Paul. During the August 21, Senior Fraud Awareness session, Catholic United Financial Credit Union President Terri Maloney participated in a panel discussion facilitated by Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar.
Additional panelists included:
- Will Phillips, State Director, AARP
- Jay Haapala, Associate State Director- Community Engagement, AARP
- Kari Benson, Executive Director, MN Board of Aging
- Amanda Vickstrom, Executive Director, MN Elder Justice Center
- Lisa Jemtrud, BBB Institute for Marketplace Ethics, Director
- Mike Marben, MN Department of Commerce Fraud Bureau, Director
- Peggy Hiestand-Harri, daughter of impacted Minnesotan
“It is important to us at Catholic United Financial Credit Union to provide our members on community with knowledge to protect their finances and security,” said Terr Maloney. "We are honored to have been included in the recent panel discussion with Senator Amy Klobuchar and will continue to provide educational seminars to help protect Minnesotan’s sensitive financial information.”
Catholic United Financial Credit Union was chartered by the State of Minnesota in May 2001 as Catholic Aid Association Credit Union. In the early 1990s, the Association was seeking to provide more value to its membership. As a result, it embarked on a plan to form a Foundation and a Credit Union. The Catholic United Financial Foundation was formed in 1997 to promote fraternalism and charity and to support the Roman Catholic Church. The Credit Union was formed in 2001 to provide excellent financial products and services to Catholic United Financial members and their families. In 2010, the name was changed to reflect the name change of the parent company. In 2011, the Credit Union merged with Catholic Credit Union of St. Cloud, bringing the membership to more than 5,000 people.