en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_union_service_organization

Credit union service organizations (CUSOs) are corporate entities owned by federally chartered or federally insured, state chartered credit unions. Under United ...

www.nacuso.org/cuso-resources/starting-a-cuso

Feb 19, 2018 ... But most credit unions can't provide the wide range of services ... A CUSO is an organization that is owned by credit unions in whole or in part ...

www.nacuso.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/History-of-CUSOs-2-7-18.pdf

Credit Union Service Organizations (“CUSOs”). By Guy Messick, NACUSO General Counsel. Before the Internet, a prolonged a low interest environment and the ...

www.ncua.gov/regulation-supervision/regulatory-reporting/cuso-registry

Feb 1, 2019 ... Credit union service organizations or CUSOs are required to provide financial information to the NCUA through the online CUSO Registry.

www.cusolaw.com/what-is-a-cuso

What is a Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO)? The term "CUSO" means that the business entity is qualified for and has a credit union investment.

www.cusolaw.com/credit-union-service-organization-cuso-formation-and-growth

CUSOs are investing in startups and fintech to add innovative services and products in a dynamic financial services industry. The success of these organizations ...

www.alloyacorp.org/?page=about_cusos

Credit Union Service Organizations. To leverage your credit union's membership to its fullest potential, consider tapping the advantages offered by Alloya's ...

www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/12/741.222

741.222 Credit union service organizations. (a) Any credit union that is insured pursuant to Title II of the Act must adhere to the requirements in §§ 712.2(d)(2)(ii),  ...

blog.trellance.com/5-reason-to-use-credit-union-service-organizations-cusos

Oct 20, 2014 ... CUSOs provide credit unions a method to spur innovation, increase efficiencies through specialization, and gain economies of scale.