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Share the love and the credit union difference

first_img 36SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr It’s at the heart of the credit union social mission—people helping people. As not-for-profit cooperatives that provide low-cost, high-quality financial services to their members, credit unions occupy a unique place in an increasingly crowded financial services marketplace. While our competitors are driven to generate profits for shareholder return, our focus is on providing the highest quality member experience at the most reasonable cost.It’s More Than Just our MembersMore than this, many credit unions are compelled to reach beyond the confines of their membership to positively impact society at large. Credit unions don’t do this because the law requires it; they do it because it’s the right thing to do. Credit union social mission activities come in all shapes and sizes. From school-based credit unions, to financial literary events, to specialized programs designed to get members out from under the thumb of payday lenders—credit unions continue to innovate, and members continue to benefit from these good works.To grow in this fiercely competitive environment, it is critical that we continue to cooperatively pool our resources and differentiate ourselves from banks and other competitors.There’s a new program starting up that will not only promote the credit union difference, but also donate up to $105,000 to several credit unions’ favorite charities. Meet Share the Love. Born out of the credit union spirit of charity and goodwill, Share the Love is a joint campaign among CU Solutions Group; its member rewards program, Love My Credit Union Rewards; and the Credit Union National Association. This industry-wide initiative invites U.S. (50 states, plus D.C.) credit unions to create a video that showcases the good work they do in their communities for a chance to win thousands of dollars for the charities of their choosing*. continue reading »last_img read more

888 puts responsible gambling at forefront with Andrew Anthony appointment

first_img Related Articles Share Submit Gaming and entertainment solutions provider, 888 Holdings, has named Andrew Anthony as its new Responsible Gaming Director, who has been tasked with aiding the operator’s player protection efforts.Anthony, who has worked for the operator for 15 years, will oversee 888’s responsible gaming division, with the aim to enhance player protection through the improvement of responsible gaming operations, systems and processes. In his new role, Anthony will report to Yaniv Schwartz, SVP Customer Risk Management, who praised the new appointment: “During the course of his career at 888, Andrew has gained numerous insights into the behaviour of the Company’s player base. “In addition to this, he brings a wealth of quantitative experience and methodology to his new role heading up our Responsible Gaming team.“888 strives to ensure that those for whom our games are not intended will not be drawn into the gaming environment and that those customers who develop a gambling problem are quickly identified and helped. “I am looking forward to the successful delivery of the responsible gaming initiatives we have planned and continuing to drive Responsible Gaming culture throughout the organisation.”888’s dedicated responsible gaming team currently work alongside the operator’s in-house player behaviour monitoring tool, Observer, which is integral to its overall strategy. The system in place analyses different player behaviours and raises the alarm to unusual activity. Anthony, who has previously held a number of positions at 888, added: “I am thrilled to take on this role which is at the centre of how 888 operates. In particular, I am looking forward to working together with my industry peers and stakeholders so we can share ideas and promote best practice initiatives.” StumbleUpon 888 appoints VC expert Limor Ganot as a corporate advisor July 20, 2020 Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 888 calls for Betgenius sportsbook makeover June 25, 2020 Sharelast_img read more