The FFIEC’s take on mobile financial services

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday! For me, the passing of Thanksgiving means its finally late enough in the year to start planning out the next year. Over the next few weeks, countless hours will be spent reading reviews for the best 2021 planners and diligently mapping out all the events, personal and professional goals and due dates already on my calendar for next year as well as completing my annual budgeting project. For all those out there who are not overly zealous planners, that’s okay, I accept you as you are. But, for those like me, you may also be gearing up for next year already.As we have all experienced the changes this year has brought, thinking about how to expand mobile and digital offerings at your credit union may be on the 2021 to-do list. So, today’s post covers the FFIEC’s guidance on mobile financial services. While there is nothing new to report, it can be a helpful refresher as you think about these services and how your credit union is implementing them.The FFIEC’s discussion on mobile financial services can be found in Appendix E of the Retail Payments Systems booklet. Mobile financial services (MFS) include any services offered through a mobile device and include four main types of services: text messages, mobile-enable web sites, apps and wireless payment technologies (such as tap to pay or person-to-person transfers). When considering MFS offerings, the guidance identifies four key risks along with ways credit unions may be able to mitigate these risks. This is placeholder text continue reading »center_img This post is currently collecting data…last_img read more

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Nick Kyrgios admits routine sex escapade with fans

first_img Loading… Australia tennis star Nick Kyrgios has admitted having weekly sex rendezvous with fans following his split with girlfriend fellow tennis star  Anna Kalinskaya. The 25-year-old While playing Fortnite with Twitch user babztv1,  was taking questions and confirmed that he was indeed sleeping with fans regularly. One asked whether or not he has ever slept with a fan, to which he replied: “Yes. “In all seriousness if I’m not seeing someone it’s like a weekly thing.” The controversial star also went on to detail one incident during a match against Roger Federer when an attractive member of the crowd arrested his eye. “I was slicing up Fedz and was like ‘damn’,” the No 40 said. “I wanted to take her out for a drink.” When pressed on whether or not he has a particular type, the Aussie had a quick answer.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes6 TV Shows That Got Better After A Major Character Had LeftThe Most Clever Uses Of CGI In Cinemacenter_img “Eastern Europeans just have my heart on the get-go,” he said. Nick Kyrgios and Anna Kalinskaya when the going was good “Tall Eastern European’s I’m just like ‘take half my earnings’ [chuckles].” Kyrgios who has been fingered as one of the bad boys of tennis however down played his split with 21 year old Anna submitting that they just decided to go their separate ways. “What happened to Kalinskaya? Nothing happened,” he said. “We just went our separate ways. “Unfortunately things didn’t work out. We had some fun memories,” The Russian had initially dished out some posts that appeared to indicate misunderstanding but deleted some explaining that it was about someone else and not Kyrgios. Read AlsoGolfer ‘almost kills’ girlfriend by whacking her with ball And Kanlinskaya posted “f*** energy vampire,” before it was deleted on social media, in addition to, “you’re not a bad boy, you are simply a bad person.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Harris tells Iowans it’s time to write a new chapter

first_imgWEST DES MOINES — California Senator and presidential candidate Kamala Harris says President Trump a “predator” who is testing the “noble ideals” on which America was founded.“This day that we celebrate our independence is a day to reflect on the fact that, one, our framers imagined a moment like this…where our democracy would be challenged,” Harris said this afternoon.Harris has returned to the Iowa campaign trail this holiday week buoyed by a strong performance in the opening round of debates among the Democratic candidates. During her first public remarks in Iowa this week, Harris again presented herself as a prosecutor who can take President Trump to task for trying to “roll back the clock” in America.“We cannot turn back the page any longer,” Harris said at a picnic hosted by West Des Moines Democrats. “We’re ready to write a new chapter.”Harris told reporters afterwards she’s expanded her paid staff in Iowa, with 65 now on the payroll here.“The fact that we are seeing momentum grow across the country is something that I’m very proud of. We have a great team here on the ground in Iowa and across the country,” Harris said, “and so progress is good.”Harris is among nine Democratic presidential candidates who will set foot in Iowa this week. President Trump is scheduled to speak from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. and Harris questions that decision.“I don’t think he understands this is America’s birthday, not his birthday,” Harris told reporters.Harris suggested Trump would better spend the day thinking about how to avoid military conflict rather than showcasing the weapons of war in a D.C. spectacle.“This president, seemingly without much reflection or thought, is prepared to send our troops to various places around the world, based on his unilateral actions and decisions about our relationships with various countries, including most recently Iran,” Harris said.Harris campaigned Thursday in Indianola and Council Bluffs. today, she’ll hold a town hall meeting at a church in Sioux City.last_img read more

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Ogilvy, Stenson reach final match

first_img“All golf at the end of the day is hitting it on the fairway and making a lot of putts,” Ogilvy said after a 3-and-2 semifinal victory over Chad Campbell. “If you do that in any format, you’re going to do well.” Ogilvy will face Sweden’s Henrik Stenson in today’s 36-hole final in Marana, Ariz., the first time in the nine-year event an American hasn’t reached the title match. The streak is alive at the Accenture Match Play Championship. And it belongs to Geoff Ogilvy. With so much attention on Tiger Woods’ bid for an eighth straight PGA Tour victory, Ogilvy streaked into the championship match Saturday by winning his 10th and 11th in a row in a strong defense of his title. The U.S. Open champion has been so dominant that he hasn’t played the 18th hole since a practice round Tuesday. Stenson played bogey-free in a 3-and-2 victory over Trevor Immelman to reach the final. PGA: Fred Funk overcame back problems to shoot a 6-under 64 for a two-stroke lead over Argentina’s Jose Coceres after the third round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic, the first PGA Tour event in Mexico. The 50-year-old Funk is trying to join Craig Stadler as the only players to win on the regular tour after winning a Champions Tour event. Funk’s Champions victory came a month ago in Hawaii, where he won the Turtle Bay Championship. Funk, who opened with a 62, had a 15-under 195 total. Coceres shot a 65. LPGA: Stacy Prammanasudh shot a 4-under 68 to hold off Jee Young Lee by a stroke and complete a wire-to-wire victory at the Fields Open in Kapolei, Hawaii. center_img The 27-year-old Prammanasudh had five birdies and sealed her second LPGA Tour title by two-putting for par from 20 feet on No. 18 to finish at 14-under 202. Lee closed with a bogey-free 68. Champions: Allen Doyle shot a 5-under 67 in windy conditions to take a one-stroke lead over Bobby Wadkins and Champions Tour newcomer Mark O’Meara after the second round of The ACE Group Classic in Naples, Fla. Doyle, an 11-time winner on the 50-and-over tour, had a 12-under 132 total on the Quail West Golf and Country Club course. O’Meara, making his second Champions Tour start, shot a 68, and Wadkins followed his opening 64 with a 69. Nationwide/Australasian: American Nicholas Thompson won the New Zealand PGA today for his first Nationwide Tour title, beating Canada’s David Morland IV with a par on the first hole of a playoff. Thompson, the former Georgia Tech star who played the PGA Tour last season, and Morland closed with 4-under 68s to finish at 8-under 280 on the Clearwater Resort course. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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