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Here’s how to bring Gen Z into the credit union movement

first_img 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr This post is currently collecting data… Zogo spends a lot of time talking about credit unions. We have the opportunity to work with dozens of credit unions across the country, and we think critically about these institutions and the role they can play in young people’s lives almost every day.And so the question came up one morning, during discussion in our daily team meeting: what do you think it would take to bring more Gen Zers to credit unions? What could be the deciding factor?Each member of our small company, from the sales team to the content writers, chimed in with an answer — and they all revolved around a few key discussion points of the finance industry today.We’re not a marketing firm, research group or sophisticated polling institute. But we are a group of Gen Zers who believe in the credit union movement — and here are three things we think could get our generation engaged.center_img This is placeholder text continue reading »last_img read more

Podcast: Stellar marketing strategy with Amanda Thomas

first_imgOn the rocks with your marketing strategy? Don’t know how or where things went so wrong? Like many relationships, this one might need an overhaul. But you’re in luck!This week on CRMNEXT’s Banking On Experience, President and Founder of TwoScoreand marketing expert extraordinaire, Amanda Thomas joins us to share her wisdom on the subject.Let’s get into what’s covered…Why (and why right now) this particular topic was chosen. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img

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German police injured as clashes erupt over virus quarantine

first_imgSeveral outbreaks at slaughterhouses, not just in Germany but also in France, have put a spotlight on the working and housing conditions that the workers — many of whom come from Romania or Bulgaria — are put under.The German government in May banned the use of subcontractors in the meat industry in a bid to curb the controversial practice of companies using middlemen to supply workers from abroad who are more vulnerable to abuses.Although Germany has weathered the coronavirus storm better than many of its European neighbors, the slaughterhouse outbreaks have dealt a blow to its efforts to restart Europe’s top economy. Topics : Several police officers were hurt in clashes with residents of a high-rise apartment block in the German city of Goettingen who had been placed under quarantine over a coronavirus outbreak, authorities said on Sunday.The violence erupted on Saturday as a group of residents sought to break through a metal barrier installed to keep the 700 people living in the residential complex in to prevent possible transmission of the virus.Some flung stones, bottles and wooden slats at officers, the city’s police chief Uwe Luehrig told journalists on Sunday.center_img Residents in the complex were put under quarantine on Thursday after two of them were found to be infected with COVID-19. By Friday, 120 people in the building tested positive.Goettingen is one of several outbreak clusters that have emerged in Germany since lockdown restrictions were lifted in May, including a huge cluster at a slaughterhouse in the North-Rhine Westphalia district of Guetersloh.More than 1,300 workers out of a total of nearly 7,000 have tested positive, and the region’s state premier Armin Laschet said Sunday that he “cannot rule out a blanket lockdown”.last_img read more

ABP acquires 48 infrastructure projects in €700m transaction

first_imgSince its inception in 2005, it has launched seven funds and several co-investments for 170 projects with a total value of €25bn.The transaction with ABP involves the entire holdings of the DIF II fund, which had been established in 2008 for a ten-year period. It comprises projects in western Europe.The deal also includes the cross-shareholdings of twelve assets in the €800m DIF III fund, which also covers projects in the US and Canada.Among the acquired projects are the DUO government building in Groningen, the Montaigne school in The Hague, hospitals as well as part of the A15, the main access road to Rotterdam’s ports.The deal also includes €125m of solar and wind farms in France and Germany, which provide energy to 120,000 households.Commenting on the transaction, Corien Wortmann-Kool, ABP’s chair, said that the investment was important to the scheme’s ESG policy for three reasons.“We invest in local infrastructure, extend our stake in solar and wind power and also contribute to the UN’s Sustainable Development goals.”She said the package would provide “solid and stable returns for ABP’s 2.9m participants for the long term”.ABP has been actively looking for investments that combine good returns with solutions for social and environmental issues for several years.It said 57% of the acquired projects contribute to sustainable development goals.DIF said it had mandated Campbell Lutyens and Loyens & Loeff as financial and legal advisors, respectively.It added that APG, ABP’s asset manager, had requested DIF to continue managing the portfolio through a new investment vehicle for a 25-year term.APG and PGGM last week said they have developed a “taxonomy” of investment opportunities linked to 13 of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The €389bn Dutch pension fund ABP has bought 48 projects from the Dutch Infrastructure Fund (DIF) in a €700m deal.The investment contributes directly to the civil service scheme’s target – set in 2015 – of doubling its investments in sustainable development to €58bn in 2020, ABP said in a statement.As at the end of 2016 these investments amounted to €41bn.DIF is a €4.2bn Schiphol-based independent specialist investment group, focusing on infrastructure assets in the Netherlands and abroad.last_img read more

Top news of the week July 16-21

first_imgLNG World News Staff Elba Island regasification terminal (Image courtesy of Kinder Morgan)US Elba Island LNG export project pushed backUS energy firm Kinder Morgan said on Wednesday that the start-up of its Elba Island liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project near Savannah, Georgia had been pushed back.Report: Woodside exits Sempra’s Port Arthur LNG export projectAustralian LNG player Woodside has reportedly decided to walk out of the Port Arthur LNG export project in Texas, led by the San Diego-based Sempra Energy.BP’s new LNG carriers set sailThe first out of six brand new liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers being built by South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering for BP has set sail, according to the UK-based energy giant.US FERC denies LNG delay lettersThe US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Kevin McIntyre on Tuesday denied reports that the agency has informed LNG developers that they face 12 to 18 months delays in FERC’s review of their project applications.Shell seeking permit to import LNG into IndonesiaThe Hague-based LNG giant Shell with partners is looking for a government approval to import liquefied natural gas into Indonesia.last_img read more

DOF Subsea nets new Asia Pacific deals

first_img Posted: about 1 month ago Project & Tenders The project will provide utilisation for vessels – Skandi Hercules as well as Skandi Singapore – throughout Q3 and early Q4 2020. The second award is for onshore preparation and planning for a decommissioning project. The deal also comes with further possibility for offshore work in 2021. It will see the vessel Skandi Singapore deployed for 3 to 4 weeks, starting early Q4 2020. DOF Subsea nets APAC contract pair Oslo-listed DOF Subsea has secured two contracts in the Asia Pacific region, securing backlog for the onshore team and offshore fleet. Posted: about 1 month ago The first project involves saturation diving campaign. Categories: In August this year, DOF Subsea also secured two ‘significant’ contract awards in the Asia Pacific region. “DOF Subsea is continuously working to develop efficient services without compromise to safety.” Specifically, the offshore campaign for this project should take place mid-Q3 2020. Furthermore, in South East Asia, DOF Subsea secured a ‘substantial’ contract for a moorings replacement and rectification project. Mons S. Aase, CEO, DOF Subsea said, “I am pleased that that we continue to build backlog for the region and that DOF Subsea is a trusted provider for integrated subsea operations across multiple disciplines. In Australia, Chevron awarded DOF Subsea with an IMR services contract to support its North-West Shelf and near shore subsea assets.last_img read more

Sarri praises Ronaldo’s mother for giving birth to player

first_img Promoted ContentThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World10 Simple Product Ideas That Made Their Creators MillionairesWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Inventions Created To Start Saving The WorldThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket Loading… Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri praised Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother after their 3-0 victory against Roma in the Coppa Italia on Wednesday evening. Ronaldo and mum Ronaldo scored Juve’s opener with an excellent left-footed finish before Rodrigo Bentancur and Leonardo Bonucci found the net to put Sarri’s side 3-0 ahead. Gianluigi Buffon’s own goal gave Roma a glimmer of hope but it wasn’t enough and Juve will now face either AC Milan or Torino in the semi-finals.Advertisementcenter_img After the match, Sarri admitted he found it difficult to find a flaw in Ronaldo’s game and could only praise the forward’s mother Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro for ‘creating such a specimen’. read also; Ronaldo emerges fifth top goalscorer in football history ‘Ronaldo is in extraordinary physical and mental condition, scoring with remarkable consistency,’ Sarri told Rai Sport after the match. ‘On an individual level, I don’t see what Ronaldo could improve. Perhaps in some defensive moments. ‘I cannot take credit for Ronaldo’s current form, you can only give credit to his mother for creating such a specimen.’ FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Liverpool title hopes in limbo as laws fail to cover incomplete season

first_img Loading… The Daily Star says there is no rule in place stating the Premier League can be deemed complete if 75 per cent of a season is completed, despite social media reports. The organisation voted to postpone fixtures until April 3 as they combat the spread of COVID-19. This has sparked a debate on whether league leaders Liverpool , sitting 25 points clear, should be awarded the title. Some have called for the season to be ended now, including West Ham CEO Karren Brady.Advertisement Most teams have played 29 games this season, which is over 75 per cent of the campaign. Only Manchester City , Arsenal , Sheffield United and Aston Villa have played less at 28 games (73 per cent). The only rule regarding the final standings is rule C.11. in the Premier League handbook. “The Club which is at the top of the table at the end of the Season shall be the League Champions.” Read Also:Fernandes can be a Man Utd hero like Cantona,Scholes – Ince But the handbook does not give a definitive end to the league season, implying the organisation decides when it ends. And there is no set rule on a situation where 75 per cent of the season has been played. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Liverpool’s title hopes may require an overturning of a set in stone law for incomplete seasons. Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Unforgettable Shows From The 90s That Need To Make A ComebackTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueThe Best Cars Of All TimeYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Animelast_img read more

Antique religious groups oppose SOGIE bill

first_img“In the House Bill 4982, Section 4,especially the full preaching of God’s word will already be prohibited,”Obligar said. He added that when he studied theBible, he learned that God only created male and female, he then started tochange his ways.  “I also felt discrimination beforebecause I wanted to use the female restroom,” Aguilar said. SAN JOSE, Antique – Various religiousgroups in the province made known their opposition to the Sexual Orientationand Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) Equality Bill. Reverend Jeopanes Obligar Jr. of theAssembly of God, one of the organizers of the prayer rally at the Evelio B.Javier Park, said they believed there are provisions in Senate Bill 1271 andHouse Bill 4982 that are harmful to the freedom of religious expression,sanctity of marriage, way of life as a nation and the youth of the nextgeneration. Over a thousand pastors and religiouspeople who joined the rally came from the municipalities of San Jose deBuenavista, Hamtic, Sibalom, San Remigio, and Tibiao belonging to the God’sLove Ministry, Assembly of God, Jesus is Lord Church, and the Evangelicalchurches.(With a report from PNA/PN) Pastor Spencer Kent Aguilar of God’s Love Ministry shares his testimony during a prayer rally at the Evelio B. Javier Park in San Jose de Buenavista, Antique on Monday. ANNABEL CONSUELO J. PETINGLAY/PNA Pastor Spencer Kent Aguilar of God’sLove Ministry, a former transgender, said the SOGIE bill is being pushed by theLGBTQ because they feel they are being discriminated against.    Obligar said passing the SOGIE billcould gravely affect the way of life of the people in the Philippines, which isknown as a Christian nation. He added as pastors of the differentreligious organizations, they could no longer preach what is in the Bible asGod’s creation of Adam as male and Eve as female because it could discriminate,shame or insult the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ). The proposed SOGIE law aims to protectmembers of the LGBTQ from discrimination. His being a Bible reader, made him“realized” he does not have to struggle to become a woman for God’s creation isperfect. “Before, I used to spend much amountof money for me to be able to take female hormone,” Aguilar said. last_img read more