We pick up this blog series, addressing the last two questions your credit union should be asking a digital strategy company when developing a mobile banking plan.Check out Part 1 of the blog series here to learn about the importance of providing a consistent experience on mobile.Question 2: How does security work for the mobile channel?Mobile security is a becoming more and more critical every day. Due in large part to the fact that today’s mobile devices are essentially hand-held computers. As such, the risk of device compromise is something every member, and you as a credit union, should be keenly sensitive too. continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John McKenzie John McKenzie has served as president of the Indiana Credit Union League since 1990. Prior to that, he held senior management positions with the League’s Servicecorp and Indiana’s … Web: https://www.icul.org/Pages/default.aspx Details At its virtual 2020 Annual General Meeting, the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) presented its Distinguished Service Award to the Indiana Credit Union League, which was accepted by League Chairman Kevin Ryan (CEO of Financial Center First CU) and me on behalf of Indiana’s credit unions. Receiving this recognition was a testament to the tremendous response from credit union leaders across Indiana to my requests for involvement as the Indiana League was hosting credit union groups totaling 43 individuals from seven countries during the past five years, with credit union leaders from our state also traveling to three countries. It was very gratifying to have the opportunity to work with and help these groups who are doing so much to make a difference around the world in how credit unions can improve the lives of people everywhere. The camaraderie developed with such dedicated individuals was a wonderful part of the experience, and then to receive this type of recognition from WOCCU was very humbling.When the Distinguished Service Award was announced, I received many congratulatory messages from other league presidents, which was very much appreciated. I took that opportunity to share with them the reasons why the Indiana League and credit unions in our state make involvement in these WOCCU exchanges a priority. Thanks to a very supportive League board and the influence of our Immediate Past Chairman Dallas Bergl, CEO of INOVA FCU and WOCCU board member, promoting WOCCU and worldwide credit union development is now ingrained in our Indiana credit union culture. As part of the League System, there is so much that leagues do together and individually to help credit unions do more to help others. In Indiana, we choose to put a lot of time and resources into numerous projects and exchanges with credit union representatives from countries where WOCCU feels it could make a difference. Hosting groups of credit union leaders from other countries, and having our groups visit them in their lands, makes it easy to see that common denominator of dedication and determination to use credit unions to improve the lives of others; this exists among people drawn to credit unions worldwide. It’s a good feeling to try to help others by providing information, education, and support, so they can develop credit unions further and better overcome challenges when they return home. The friendships and relationships gained from the experiences are inspiring. I find that – in every part of the world – people attracted to credit union development are very purpose driven. WOCCU President/CEO Brian Branch, the board, and the incredible team of employees do so much. They are spread very thin given the demands on time and resources needed to support credit union development worldwide. There are so many other issues dealt with by WOCCU as well, such as on the regulatory front, where its efforts advocate for credit unions in important ways – before the issues can influence things negatively here in the United States. There are a lot of competing priorities for the time and resources of leagues and credit unions. When your organization reviews what will be emphasized looking ahead, please give every consideration to how it can do more to support WOCCU and the Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions. In our case, we look forward to doing all we can to continue supporting WOCCU going forward.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Kings Park woman was arrested for allegedly driving drunk and causing a head-on crash that killed a 59-year-old Island Park man in Smithtown early Friday morning, Suffolk County police said.Natalia Simons, 36, was driving a Nissan Rogue northbound on Route 25A when her vehicle crossed over into the opposite lane of traffic and struck a southbound Toyota Camry at 12:05 a.m.The other driver, Larry Garwood, was taken to St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center in Smithtown, where he was pronounced dead. Simons was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital, where she is being treated for her injuries.Simons was charged with driving while intoxicated. She will be arraigned at a later date.Vehicular Crime Unit detectives impounded the vehicles, are continuing the investigation and ask anyone who may have witnessed the crash to call them at 631-852-6555 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
There are approximately 20,000 US Marines in Okinawa, along with thousands more troops from other US military services.Their presence on the island is a longstanding sore spot, with many in the region arguing they bear a disproportionate share of the burden of hosting American forces.Okinawa’s move comes as Tokyo called for restaurants, bars and karaoke parlors to shut at 10 p.m. from Aug. 3 until the end of the month after the number of daily cases hit a new record.Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said the capital would have to issue a state of emergency if cases continued to rise.Japan has so far escaped the worst of the epidemic, with around 35,200 infections and just over 1,000 deaths since the first case was detected in January.The number of cases has been on the rise since the central government lifted a nationwide state of emergency in May.Topics : The measures are non-compulsory and without the aggressive enforcement measures seen in Europe, but similar requests from authorities have been widely respected in Japan.Okinawa reported 71 new coronavirus cases Friday, bringing its total to 395.US forces account for 248 of those cases, according to the local government, which has created tensions with local officials, including the governor who has said he was “shocked” by the high numbers.Read also: Ghibli Park construction starts in Japan for 2022 partial opening Japan’s Okinawa region has declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay home for two weeks as the popular tourist destination sees an “explosive spread” of coronavirus cases.Governor Denny Tamaki on Friday asked residents to avoid non-essential outings following a record new daily addition to the southern island’s total cases, the majority of which have been detected among US forces based there.”We’re seeing an explosive spread of infections. We declare a state of emergency” through August 15, Tamaki told reporters, adding hospitals were being overwhelmed by the surge.
The Indonesian Consulate in Dubai has urged the Northern Star Shipping Agency to immediately repatriate 12 Indonesian seafarers currently “trapped” in the United Arab Emirates.The seafarers were working on the Oasis V ship, which has been docked at Hamriyah Port in the city of Sharjah since June this year. Repatriation efforts were reportedly hampered by the pandemic.”There were [also] internal issues between the agency, workers and the company that prevented repatriation,” the consulate said in a statement on Sunday. Read also: COVID-19: Govt repatriates 330 Indonesians from India, more to come homeA protection team from the Indonesian Consulate in Dubai mediated between the workers and the employment agency. They agreed to urge the company to repatriate the workers as soon as possible.The Consulate General in Dubai vowed to closely coordinate with the Indonesian Embassy in Abu Dhabi to speed up the administrative matters required by the agency for repatriation. “The Consulate and the Embassy will assist to resolve the case and ensuring [the workers’] rights are fulfilled,” the statement read. (vny)Topics :
The London club’s annual accounts have been lodged at Companies House and reveal that Chelsea’s wage bill for the 2013/14 season was £190.5million, up eight per cent from £176m. United are currently the biggest payers in English football, shelling out a total £214.8m on salaries while City’s wage bill dropped last season to £205m. Press Association Arsenal are next in the pay league with a total wage bill of £166.4m while the scale of Southampton’s success on the pitch is illustrated by the fact that their wage bill was a fraction of their rivals – the latest figures available for 2012/13 show the Saints, currently third in the Premier League, paid out just £47.1m in salaries. Chelsea’s accounts confirm the club’s announcement in November that they made a £18.4m profit last season – but shows this was helped by a £65m profit in player trading thanks to the sales of Juan Mata to United, David Luiz to Paris St Germain and Kevin de Bruyne to Wolfsburg. It allowed the club to overturn a £49.4m loss on the season before and should make them assured to comply with UEFA’s financial fair play rules. Chelsea’s accounts show broadcasting income increased by £34m to £139m, due to the new Premier League television deal plus the benefits of being Champions League semi-finalists, while commercial income also showed a big rise, up £29m to £108m. Turnover overall was up £64m to £319.8m. The accounts say five new players brought in by Jose Mourinho since June 30 2014 – including Diego Costa and Filipe Luis – cost £62m with £19.6m coming in for players who were sold. Chelsea may be top of the Premier League but their wage bill is still some way below their two Manchester rivals, according to latest figures.
Moyne-Templetouhy’s Tom Bergin is manager of the London outfit for the last nine years and this is their first time in the All-Ireland final since the club was formed in 1997, although they did win a county title in 2010. The team includes players from Burgess, Moyne-Templetouhy, Killenaule and Loughmore-Castleiney.And Bergin is hoping for some Tipp support in the final on Sunday week. He said: “Lads’ families will go up and maybe some will go up out of curiosity, but sure hopefully we’ll have the bit of support anyway.”Kilburn Gaels take on O’Donovan Rossa in Croke Park on February 15th, with throw-in scheduled for quarter to four.
Stephen Archer comes in to join Dave Kilcoyne and Niall Scannell in the front row while Darren O’Shea and Robin Copeland form a new partnership in the second row. The back row is unaltered with captain Peter O’Mahony, Tipperary’s Tommy O’Donnell and Jack O’Donoghue all remaining in situ.The final change is in the half backs where Tyler Bleyendaal returns to partner Duncan Williams.
Niger Tornadoes are through to the last four of this year’s Aiteo Cup after they eliminated Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) champions Plateau United 4-2 on aggregate in the quarter-final.Both sides played out a 2-2 draw in their second leg clash in Jos after Niger Tornadoes had won the home leg 2-0 on Wednesday.Niger Tornadoes join fellow top flight sides Sunshine Stars and defending champions FC IfeanyiUbah in the semifinal.Ajibola Otegbeye netted a brace as Sunshine Stars defeated Osun United 3-1 in their second leg clash to overturn a 1-0 first leg deficit. Sikiru Alimi also scored for Sunshine Stars while Osun United got their consolation through Tosin Omoyele. FC IfeanyiUbah defeated hosts ABS FC of Ilorin 1-0 for a 4-0 aggregate win.In the last quarter-final tie, 2015 champions Akwa United thrashed Katsina United feeders 7-0 in their first leg clash on Sunday to all but qualify for the last four area of the second leg in Katsina. Former Sharks and Enyimba forward Christian Pyagbara netted 4 goals.Aiteo Cup Quarter-final:2nd leg:ABS FC 0-1 FC IfeanyiUbah (FC IfeanyiUbah win 4-0 on aggregate)Sunshine Stars 3-1 Osun United (Sunshine Stars win 3-2 on aggregate)Plateau United 2-2 Niger Tornadoes (Niger Tornadoes win 4-2 on aggregate)1st leg:Akwa United 7-0 Katsina United Feeders.RelatedAiteo Cup Quarterfinal Round-Up: Plateau United, Sunshine Stars Suffer Surprise DefeatsSeptember 21, 2017In “Nigeria”2017 AITEO Cup: Holders Booted Out Despite Tornadoes WinOctober 6, 2017In “Nigeria”AITEO Cup Men’s Semis: Tornadoes, Sunshine Secure 1st Leg AdvantageSeptember 30, 2017In “Nigeria”
The Ghana Football Association has appointed Madam Mercy Efua Tagoe-Quarcoo as head coach of the senior national female team, the Black Queens.Madam Tagoe will be assisted by Charles Anokye Frimpong with Nana Sinasen as the Physical trainer.Other members of the technical team are Raymond Fenny – Goalkeepers trainer, Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh – Team Doctor, Margaret Foli – Physiotherapist, Anita Wiredu Minta – Welfare manager, Patience Nana A. Quarshie and Kusi Thomas – Equipment Managers.Meanwhile, Madam Habiba Attah will chair the Black Queens Management Committee with Mr. Kingsley Osei Bonsu as her vice-chairman.Other members of the Committee are Naa Odofoley Nortey, Nana Fosu Gyeabour, and Ama Brobbey Williams.Below is the full list of technical team members and Management Committee members for the Black Queens:TECHNICAL TEAMMercy Efua Tagoe-Quarcoo – Head CoachCharles Anokye Frimpong – Assistant CoachNana Sinasen – Assistant (Physical Trainer)Raymond Fenny – Goalkeepers CoachDr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh – Team DoctorMargaret Foli – PhysiotherapistAnita Wiredu Minta – Welfare ManagerPatience Nana A. Quarshie – Equipment ManagerKusi Thomas – Equipment Manager Source: www.ghanafa.org MANAGEMENT COMMITTEEHabiba Attah – ChairpersonKingsley O. Bonsu – Vice ChairmanNaa Odofoley Nortey – MemberNana Fosu Gyeabour – MemberAma Brobbey Williams – Member