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Co-op Money NZ wins Safest Place to Work Award for Medium Enterprise

Co-op Money NZ wins Safest Place to Work Award for Medium Enterprise
Last night, Co-op Money NZ was delighted to receive the Safest Place to Work Award for Medium Enterprise amongst stiff competition.

Last night’s Safest Place to Work Awards, powered by Safe365 and sponsored by trademe jobs recognised New Zealand organisations from small to large […]

November 16th, 2018|

New Zealand’s First Industrial Credit Union Moves To Oracle Flexcube

New Zealand’s First Industrial Credit Union Moves To Oracle Flexcube 
AUCKLAND, 17 July 2018: Co-op Money NZ is pleased to announce that over the weekend New Zealand Firefighters Credit Union became the first industrial based credit union in New Zealand to successfully migrate to the tier one core banking platform, Oracle Flexcube.

New Zealand Firefighters Credit […]

July 16th, 2018|

Co-op Money NZ Welcomes Passing of the Bill

Co-op Money NZ Welcomes Passing of the Bill
Third Reading of the Friendly Societies and Credit Unions Bill Heralds A New Era of Growth
AUCKLAND, 4 July 2018: Co-op Money NZ, the industry association for credit unions, says the unanimous passing in Parliament of the third reading of the Friendly Societies and Credit Unions Bill (‘the […]

July 4th, 2018|

NZCU South Adopts New Age Banking System

NZCU South Adopts New Age Banking System
AUCKLAND, 9 APRIL 2018: NZCU South has completed its move to Oracle Flexcube tier 1 banking system making it New Zealand’s the third credit union in the last 8 months. This is part of Co-op Money NZ’s core banking replacement programme with Oracle.

NZCU South CEO Tania Dickie says, […]

April 9th, 2018|

CIO100 2018 #13: Deane Johns, Co-op Money NZ

An upgrade to their core banking system and delivery of the first Mastercard open-loop prepaid are among the major projects recently undertaken by CIO Deane Johns and his team at Co-op Money NZ.

He says the core banking upgrade project evolved into a multi-phase programme, known as Programme Gear3, which covers seamless implementation of Oracle Flexcube […]

March 29th, 2018|

CIO Magazine Recognises Co-op Money NZ CIO

CIO Magazine Recognises Co-op Money NZ CIO
Deane Johns One of NZ’s Most Effective CIOs For Third Year In a Row
AUCKLAND, 29 MARCH 2018: CIO Magazine in its prestigious annual awards has recognised Co-op Money NZ’s CIO, Deane Johns as one of the most innovative and effective CIOs in NZ.

Co-op Money NZ CEO Henry […]

March 29th, 2018|

Co-op Money NZ Announces Departure Of Innovative & Visionary CEO

Co-op Money NZ Announces Departure Of Innovative & Visionary CEO
CEO Henry Lynch will leave Co-op Money NZ after almost 8 years
AUCKLAND, 26 MARCH 2018: Co-op Money NZ, the industry association for credit unions and mutual building societies says that Chief Executive Officer Henry Lynch will leave the organisation in April after almost eight years.

Claire Matthews, […]

March 26th, 2018|

NZCU Baywide switches on Oracle Flexcube

Financial co-operative NZCU Baywide has become the latest member of Co-op Money to launch a new core banking system based on Oracle Flexcube.

Co-op Money NZ, which represents co-operatively owned credit unions and mutual building societies in New Zealand, announced in January 2016 that it had chosen Oracle Flexcube as a new core banking system […]

March 16th, 2018|

New Zealand’s Largest Credit Union Moves To Oracle Flexcube

New Zealand’s Largest Credit Union Moves To Oracle Flexcube

NZCU Baywide Adopts Tier 1 Core Banking
AUCKLAND, 15 MARCH 2018: Co-op Money NZ, the industry association for credit unions and mutual building societies, is delighted that NZCU Baywide, New Zealand’s largest credit union by assets, has successfully migrated to the Oracle Flexcube platform, a modern, next-generation […]

March 15th, 2018|

Co-op Money Wins Appeal Against Registrar’s Decision

Co-op Money New Zealand Wins Appeal Against Registrar’s Decision

AUCKLAND, 20 November 2017: Co-op Money NZ, the industry organisation representing co-operatively owned credit unions and mutual building societies in New Zealand today announced that it has won its appeal against the decision of the Registrar of Friendly Societies and Credit Unions.

The successful appeal in the […]

November 21st, 2017|