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The only resolution banks and credit unions need to make in 2019

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first_img continue reading » Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions–and that’s just as true for banks and credit unions as it is for their consumers. While most financial institutions will start 2019 with a laundry list of key initiatives and goals to pursue in the coming year, there’s just one resolution they need to make to lay the groundwork for success: commit to growth.Many financial institutions say they want to grow, but quickly shy away from that goal when it requires change. It’s a natural reaction: change is uncertainty. But if financial institutions want to drive their business through growth across deposits, transactions, accounts and cross-sell opportunities, they’ll need to commit to growth and overcome the resistance that’s sure to ensue as long-standing products and tech stacks are re-evaluated.In speaking with my peers across the industry, I’ve identified how financial institutions can commit to growth in a competitive battleground for consumer and business financial services: ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Industrial: Tough times ahead

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S’Africa Set for Sporting Isolation as Madagascar Turns down Friendly with…

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first_imgXENOPHOBIC ATTACKSHours after the South African Football Association (SAFA) announced free entry for fans to watch a scheduled friendly match of Bafana Bafana with Madagascar; the match has to be cancelled.The Madagascar team pulled out of the match over the xenophobic attack by South Africans on other Africans. South Africa’s Bafana Bafana are now left stranded as two countries have declined to play international friendly with them over xenophobic attacks on foreigners in the Rainbow nation Madagascar was a last minute replacement for Zambia, which earlier pulled out for the same reason.SAFA had to put up a message on the cancellation on its official twitter account.It reads: “SAFA regrets to inform the public that the match between Bafana Bafana and Madagascar scheduled for this coming Saturday (7 September) has been called off after the visitors (Madagascar) decided to withdraw from the encounter.”The Malagasy Football Federation has been approached by the South African Football Federation (SAFA) to organise a friendly match between the national team of Madagascar and that of South Africa.Honoured by the consideration and finding it a good opportunity to prepare the Malagasy team for its upcoming challenges, the FMF initially agreed in principle to organise the fixture.However, after consulting several different national institutions, especially taking into account the security of the Madagascar delegation and Madagascan foreign nationals living in South Africa, it became mandatory to decline the invitation.The Malagasy national team will continue its training camp in Madagascar and its players will rejoin their clubs after the international break.Should the action continues also in other sporting events, it will be the first time the Rainbow nation will be facing sporting isolation since the apartheid regime of white supremacy regime was banished in 1990 following the release of Nelson Mandela from prison after 27 years.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Six Nations 2019: Wales’ Taulupe Faletau to have more arm surgery

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first_imgHe initially was thought to have a chance of playing in Wales’ final Six Nations match March 16 against Ireland, but further surgery means he is unlikely to play any part. Injury update on @taulupe Faletau  https://t.co/0eguy2uKAf pic.twitter.com/ycjpwleO8T— Bath Rugby (@bathrugby) February 12, 2019″We will know more in terms of timeframes following the surgery, but we’re looking forward to welcoming him back into the squad.”There was some good news for Wales on Tuesday, though. Leigh Halfpenny (concussion) and Rhys Patchell (hamstring) are expected to be in contention when Wales hosts England on Feb. 23 at the Principality Stadium after this week’s rest weekend. “We’re gutted for Taulupe, but this is the best course of action for him moving forwards as a player,” Bath director of rugby Todd Blackadder said. Related News Wales back-row Taulupe Faletau is expected to miss all of the Six Nations after Bath confirmed he will require another operation on his right arm.Faletau, 28, broke his forearm in Bath’s clash with the Exeter Chiefs in October and suffered a recurrence of the injury upon returning to action in January. Six Nations 2019: England’s Mako Vunipola (ankle) out for tournamentlast_img read more