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Fiserv maintains strong share of credit union market; Associated Bank recognized for financial marketing

Fiserv maintains strong share of credit union market
Fiserv Inc., a Brookfield-based provider of financial services technology solutions, has renewed a significant number of credit union account processing solution contracts since January 2009.
Fiserv has renewed long-standing processing relationships with 217 credit union account processing clients in the first eight months of the year and now holds a 32-percent market share for account processing among U.S. credit unions.
"The strength of our renewal figures reflects a strong vote of confidence from our clients," said Scott Butler, president of Credit Union Solutions at Fiserv. "It’s clear that the Fiserv commitment to providing innovative solutions that help credit unions achieve their business goals is yielding tangible benefits for our clients."

Associated Bank recognized for financial marketing
Associated Bank has received American Bankers Association’s 2009 Financial Marketing Award, one of the nation’s most prestigious honors in financial marketing. Associated Bank was recognized for its publication, Business Insider.
Launched in June 2008, Business Insider is written and produced by Associated Bank for its business banking clients. It provides readers with information to help them manage their business and personal finances. The quarterly publication includes business strategies and advice from Associated Bank experts. It is mailed to approximately 25,000 individuals and businesses each quarter. Business Insider is also distributed by Associated’s relationship managers and is available online at
“We are honored to receive this award,” said Alice Stephens, vice president and business marketing director for Associated Bank. “This publication reflects our continued commitment to providing business owners and executives with important information on topics that can have an impact on them and their businesses.”

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