Credit union vendor contract negotiations and overdraft consulting
Who is JMFA?
For decades, JMFA has helped credit unions to better serve their account holders with a fully disclosed overdraft solution—including the industry’s only 100% compliance guarantee—and to save on vendor contract negotiations.
JMFA continues to be one of the most trusted names in the industry. Whether it’s recovering lost non-interest income, providing a better member service or negotiating the very best deal with your vendors, JMFA helps you achieve measurable results with proven solutions.
How a strategic alliance with JMFA benefits credit unions
Since we began our strategic alliance with JMFA in 2003, they have provided consistent, exemplary results for the credit unions they assist. With JMFA, credit unions can save time and money, minimize regulatory scrutiny, identify new savings opportunities and strengthen and protect income.
JMFA provides comprehensive consulting and in-depth analysis to identify more significant opportunities specifically for your credit union. They work on performance-based fees and monitor success on an ongoing basis to ensure results.
Why choose JMFA
JMFA’s comprehensive approach sets them apart. The JMFA team is with you from start to finish, tracking and monitoring to ensure results. Every engagement starts with an in-depth analysis of your credit union and your goals. From there, JMFA creates a customized proposal to get you where you need to be based on their insight gained from thousands of successful consulting projects and the latest industry best practices.
The team at JMFA values the same things we do and cares about doing right by credit unions and their members. JMFA values integrity, accountability and transparency—and through those, trust. JMFA knows they only succeed when their clients do, and that’s displayed in every step from initial analysis to ongoing monitoring.
Connect with JMFA
Talk to one of our CUNA Strategic Services alliance managers to learn more about JMFA. We’ll help you identify and evaluate the best solution for your credit union.
JMFA has exclusive pricing and solutions reserved for CUNA Strategic Services and the credit unions and leagues we work with.
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