Supporting your members throughout COVID-19: Best practices for your credit union

first_imgThis weekend brought a new level of uncertainty and concern around the coronavirus (aka “COVID-19”) and its potential impact on the economy and business continuity. While our members are in the midst of making difficult decisions about whether to travel, go to work, or stock up on supplies and groceries, it is important for them to feel confident that their credit union is supporting their overall health and financial safety.As the situation unfolds over, here are a few helpful tips and reminders to ensure your credit union is well-prepared to deal with COVID-19. We’ll also be sharing some ideas for payments-related offers and campaigns you can run to help support your members financially during this difficult time shortly.Encourage Members to Leverage Your Digital & Mobile ToolsAs CDC guidelines mandate increased “social distancing,” now is the time to encourage your members to utilize their self-service banking channels. If you’re one of 87 percent of credit unions that offer banking services to their members through a mobile app, remind members that they are empowered with tools to support their daily financial lives, whether it’s making payments, viewing transaction activity, or finding a CO-OP ATM. 1 continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Newcastle closing in on Mitrovic

first_img “But certainly from the feedback back home they are working very hard to bring one or two players back in.” Mitrovic was pictured by Sky Sports News arriving on Tyneside on Sunday. On Saturday, Mitrovic wrote on his Facebook page: “It’s over! Again in black and white :)) Thank you RSC Anderlecht ! Thank you for everything!” The reference to black and white reflects the colours of Partizan Belgrade, his former club, and Newcastle. Following the deal to bring Georginio Wijnaldum to St James’ Park from PSV Eindhoven, manager Steve McClaren has turned to 20-year-old Serbian Mitrovic to strengthen his attack. McClaren, quoted by the Chronicle while on Newcastle’s United States tour, said of transfer dealings: “We are very close to something. There is a lot of speculation and pre-empting of decisions. Press Associationcenter_img Newcastle are expected to make Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic their next summer signing.last_img read more

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