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The credit union industry’s 2014 innovators

first_img 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randy Salser Randy Salser was appointed President of NAFCU Services Corporation in October of 2013. He comes to the credit union industry with over 15 years of executive-level experience in the areas … Web: www.nafcu.org/nafcuservices Details We all feel the strain of keeping up with the changing times.  Many credit union CEOs agree that attracting and retaining members is one of the top three challenges that credit unions face. In order to meet the ever-evolving needs of members, credit unions should rely on innovative solutions to add to their product portfolio. Innovation plays a crucial role in the credit union industry, which is why we recognize ingenuity and inventiveness  through the NAFCU Services  Innovation Awards. This year’s winners have created  outstanding innovations that help credit unions thrive in an increasingly saturated financial services market. They are:Insuritas. The InsureNOW™ product was designed for credit unions with large member bases, big data CIF/CRM capabilities, and high member affinity levels. InsureNOW™ allows credit unions to provide highly customized, concierge-level insurance offers to their indirect borrowers at the very moment when the member intends to shop for insurance. The most innovative part of InsureNOW™ identifies insurance policy renewal dates for each member and generates targeted, automated pre-populated e-engagement communication to these indirect borrowers 30 days before their insurance policy renews.See Jeff Chesky, President and CEO of Insuritas,  at the NAFCU Annual Conference as he discusses “Online Banking to Online Selling – Transforming your Credit Union Website into a Fee Income E-Commerce Machine” on Thursday, July 24 at 1:00—2:00 p.m. and 2:15—3:15 p.m.DDJ Myers. The Board Performance Assessment was developed to meet the need to support credit union boards. The assessment is designed to guide boards in reaching their highest level of performance, and create a high standard of excellence between board and CEO, one of the most critical interactions within the credit union. The innovation lies in the assessment’s ability to make boards more cohesive and pinpoint critical areas where improvements could be made.Burns-Fazzi, Brock. Their Executive Benefits Learning Series helps credit unions understand effective methods for executive compensation and benefits to help recruit, retain, and reward their executive team. Complex topics in executive benefits and compensation are broken down into tax, accounting, legal, regulatory compliance, funding, and administrative concepts allowing credit unions to increase their knowledge and gain free practical advice. The innovative series consists of monthly, free live webinars which are recorded and archived for future reference.For a recap the of 2014 BAFCU-BFB Executive Compensation & Benefits Survey, register for next month’s webinar on August 20.Allied Solutions. UniTrac is a proprietary insurance tracking system that benefits credit unions by reducing the risk associated with collateralized loan portfolios. The tracking solution is completely workable online for credit unions through their client portal: CenterPoint. CenterPoint offers clients full access to insurance history and document images, letter notifications, customer service call notes, and claims. Lenders are able to view, work, print and download reports, submit claims, update required data fields and chat online with Allied representatives.Join Sundeep Kapur as he discusses “Reduce Costs, Increase Member Engagement and Drive Revenue” at the NAFCU Annual Conference on Friday, July 25 at 10:00—11:00 a.m. PT.A big thank you goes out to these companies and all of the other entries who continue to provide credit unions with innovative solutions that drive success.last_img read more

Vintage Point: A Farmington house in snow

first_img admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) This house at 23605 Warner in Farmington, built in 1905, looks just about the same now as it did when the black-and-white photo was taken in 1943. A couple years earlier, at the time of the 1940 census, Ed Thayer lived here with his with his elderly parents, John and Elizabeth Thayer. He was 41. They were 87 and 70, respectively. The house is located just behind the Los Tres Amigos parking lot.Historic photo from the Farmington Community Library Heritage Room. Contemporary photo by Maria Taylor. More at preservationfarmington.org. Reported bylast_img read more

Italian Govt Issues Fresh Hurdle for Serie A to Commence

first_imgSerie A’s hopes of finishing the current campaign are in real jeopardy after the Italian government warned clubs that the entire squad faces two weeks in quarantine if only one player or member of staff tests positive for coronavirus.A medical officer from the Italian FA also sent a stark warning to Serie A clubs, claiming the season may be cancelled if no solution is found amid the ongoing pandemic.‘If we don’t find a solution, Serie A will not resume,’ the FA doctor confirmed. Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, Sandra Zampa, also reaffirmed this stance: ‘If one gets sick, the quarantine is for everyone. Otherwise we would go back to suspending everything.‘Everything stops, no doubt if the quarantine is triggered, the championship also stops.’Italian Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora added: ‘Someone asked why a supermarket does not close if the cashier is positive while if a player is, the whole team is sent to quarantine.‘Because in football it is not possible to keep a distance.’There was also an admission from Italy yesterday that until a vaccine or medical solution is discovered, football outside the professional game cannot return.But the Italian FA are looking to follow the model of the Bundesliga – which is returning this Saturday – of just isolating any player or member of staff that contracts coronavirus.Italy was one of the first countries in Europe to be hit by the deadly disease and its top-flight has been suspended since March 9. There have been more than 30,000 fatalities in the country.Italy’s Serie A clubs had been given the green light on Monday by the government to start team training from May 18 ‘with prudence’.So far clubs have only been allowed to train on an individual basis and respecting social distancing rules, often with players having half a pitch to themselves.In a joint statement from Health Minister Roberto Speranza and Sports Minister Spadafora, it said the committee had ordered some changes, which were not specified, but had given the green light for group training to restart.But despite the return to training facilities, the Italian government have yet to decide if it will allow the season to be finished, and the latest development has led to concern that it may be cancelled.According to Sky Sports in Italy, UEFA are very worried about the situation of football in the country, and above all, the strict limits imposed on the resumption of team training from May 18. So far, only Juventus are able to follow the protocol required for training.Without the resumption of the Serie A season – Juventus, Atalanta, Napoli, Inter and Rome could be expelled from European competition.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more