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What are CUSOs doing?

first_imgWhat are CUSOs doing? This is a very common question I hear from credit union and CUSO folks. From our vantage point of working with NACUSO and working with hundreds of CUSOs in the past 30 years, we have a unique perspective to know the CUSO universe. Even NCUA used to call us on CUSO industry questions from time to time. Now that CUSOs are becoming an essential part of the credit union business model, existing CUSOs are being asked to provide more services and new CUSOs are being formed. Will there ever come a day when we have more CUSOs than credit unions…maybe?Since the role of CUSOs is becoming so important to the success and survival of credit unions, NCUA saw the need to know more about CUSOs. While NACUSO and NCUA had differing views on whether CUSOs could be required to report directly to NCUA, the silver lining is a better knowledge base about CUSOs.The good news is that the NCUA’s CUSO Registry is a searchable data base and it attempts to be as comprehensive as possible.   The bad news is that NCUA does not share much data… only the CUSO’s name, address, telephone number, web site and services.  CUSOs were nervous about NCUA sharing their proprietary data and NCUA erred on the conservative side. continue reading » 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

BOCES students creation inspires Valentine’s dessert at Frank’s Italian Restaurant

first_imgBOCES Culinary Arts Student Claudia Vandyke helped created a decadent, chocolate dessert for the event and this week an inspired dish will appear on Frank’s menu. Students tasted the inspired dish Wednesday, called the Mocha Sweetheart Mousse, which is one of the options on the restaurant’s Valentine’s prix fixe menu. “It’s wonderful, it’s giving back to the young people, that’s who we have, they’re our future, it sounds a little corny, but it’s real,” said Frank LoPiccolo, owner of Frank’s. TOWN OF MAINE (WBNG) — Frank’s Italian Restaurant will feature a student-inspired dessert for their special Valentine’s menu starting Wednesday. “I hope to hopefully open up my own restaurant one day,” said Vandyke. “It’s unbelievable, I never thought a day like this would come,” said Vandyke. The student-inspired dessert will be featured at Frank’s starting Wednesday through the weekend. A few weeks ago, Broome-Tioga BOCES students crafted their own culinary creations for local restaurants like Frank’s as apart of a competition, resulting in their dishes being featured on real menus. While it may be just one dessert, students say they plan to continue heating it up in the kitchen.last_img read more

Kindred Group funds development of Nordic Gambling Therapy app

first_img Related Articles Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020 Share Share Mace launches EQ Connect to solve the industry’s ‘single view’ conundrum on identifying risk  August 10, 2020 Submit Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity  July 28, 2020 StumbleUpon Maris BonelloUpdating the market, Stockholm-listed Kindred Group Plc has detailed that it will fund the development of a public ‘Gambling Therapy app‘, informing Scandinavian consumers of problem gambling symptoms and support measures.The online gambling group details that the free app forms part of its ongoing commitment towards creating ‘safe and secure’ environment for all betting customers.The Gambling Therapy app will initially be released in all four Nordic languages (Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish and Danish).Maris Bonello, Kindred Group Integrity Analytics Manager and key stakeholder for group social responsibility initiatives commented on the app’s development:“We are very happy to be able to support the development of the Gambling Therapy app. Providing a safe and secure environment for our customers is at the very heart of Kindred, which is why we continue to support initiatives that can minimise the harm caused by gambling.”Gambling Therapy, forms part of the Gordon Moody Association, has released a free gambling therapy app targeted at problem gamblers. The app provides information about problem gambling, therapeutic exercises and support for people who are struggling with their gambling patterns. Kindred Group will be supporting Gambling Therapy financially to allow full development of the app.Backing the project, Pedro Romero, Head of Gambling Therapy stated “We are delighted with Kindred’s support to further develop the Gambling Therapy App, which will further help thousands of people struggling with their gambling. It is widely recognised within the industry that Kindred Group is a leader in Player Protection. This is thanks to the company’s commitment, its engagement and their Responsible Gambling team.”last_img read more

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