We are pleased to introduce a new, free tool designed to empower you in your relationship with your money: Ent’s Money Insight.
Now available within online and mobile banking, Ent’s Money Insight lets you quickly and easily view all of your financial information — across financial institutions — in one place, with features that can help you manage your expenses, create and monitor your budget and set goals for the future. And, perhaps most importantly, it includes easy-to-understand visuals that can quickly help you spot
opportunities at a glance.
How can Ent’s Money Insight help you? Research shows that almost one half of US adults are feeling anxious about their financial future. With their current expenses, some people may not believe they are able to save for the unexpected or for a long term goal like a home or even retirement. From identifying spending trends, forecasting when loans will be paid off or even tracking your net worth over time, Ent’s Money Insight can ease your concerns by giving you a clear picture of you where you are today — while supporting your longer term financial success.
As an organization committed to helping you improve your financial life, we hope you find value in this exciting,
Steven R. Fuscher
Chairman, Board of Directors
Thanks to the efforts of employees and members, Ent Credit Union raised $50,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters® of Colorado — Pikes Peak during their
summer philanthropy campaign.
During Ent’s two-month fundraising campaign, employees organized a car wash, barbecue lunch, contests, food trucks, jeans days, bake sales and other efforts in support of Big Brothers Big
Sisters’ goal of providing support to nearly 2,100 one-to-one mentoring relationships between children facing adversity and adult volunteer mentors.
“Our employees and members have once again shown their dedication to our community and their generosity of heart by reaching this impressive goal,” said Matt Gendron, Ent’s Chief Engagement Officer.
Pictured (left to right): Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado — Pikes Peak Advisory Board Member Lance James, Ent’s Education Coordinator Bree Shellito, Ent’s Digital Experience Manager Meg Smith, Ent’s Chief Community Officer Barb Winter, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado — Pikes Peak Executive Director Danielle Summerville, Ent’s Senior Investment Representative Robert Snead, Ent’s Marketing Research Analyst Amber Ljunggren-Chapman and Ent’s Wilcox Service Center Manager Gennifer Garner.
Nominations are open for the election of Ent Credit Union’s Board of Directors for the year 2018. There will be three (3) three-year term positions open on the Board of Directors.
The Board Nominations and Election Committee nominate the following candidates to be Directors on the Board for a three-year term: Debbie Chandler, Steven R. Fuscher and Walter Glover.
Additional nominations for the Board of Directors may be made by petition, signed by a minimum of five hundred (500) Ent Credit Union members. A separate petition must be completed and submitted for each nomination.
Each nominee must submit with the petition a statement of qualifications, biographical data and a certificate signed by the nominee stating he/she is agreeable to nomination and will serve if elected to office. Petition forms and policies are available from Kathy Haskett, Manager Executive Administration and Board Relations, at the credit union’s office at 7250 Campus Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80920. Petitions, biographical data and certifications for each nominee by petition must be returned to Kathy Haskett no later than Thursday, November 15, 2018.
If more than one person is nominated for each board position, an election will be held. If an election is required, information and procedures will be provided to members with December 2018 statements (mailed in January 2019). If there is only one nominee for each board position, no election will be conducted. There will be no nominations from the floor at the annual meeting. Newly elected Ent Credit Union Board Members will be announced at the annual meeting.
—Pam Nicholson, Chair
Nominations and Election Committee
Ent has been recognized by Forbes magazine as the #1 “Best-In-State” Credit Union in Colorado! For the inaugural list, Forbes partnered with Statista, which surveyed more than 25,000 customers in the U.S. for their opinions on their current and former banking relationships.
“The banks and credit unions were rated on overall recommendations and satisfaction, as well as five sub dimensions (trust, terms and conditions, branch services, digital services and financial advice),” Forbes said. “Credit unions, which are member-owned financial cooperatives, outpace banks with an average score of 80 versus 75.2 for banks.” Ent Credit Union scored 86.77 and was followed by Credit Union of Colorado (score: 80.79), as the only two credit unions in the list to score above 80 in the state.