‘The Authentic Difference’ lies in credit unions’ core values: Nussle

December 18, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgCredit union leaders from around the world are celebrating International Credit Union Day with messages that focus on “The Authentic Difference” of the not-for-profit, cooperatively structured financial institutions.“‘The Authentic Difference’ is the theme for this year’s International Credit Union Day–a look at what sets credit unions apart from other financial institutions; a set of core principles and values that focus on making a positive difference in our members’ lives,” said CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle in his video below.“The Short Answer” feature in The Wall Street Journal used industry numbers from CUNA to illustrate credit unions’ stance in the marketplace and gave a nod to International Credit Union Day.Governors across the United States made proclamations honoring International Credit Union Day. In Guam, acting Gov. Ray Tenorio said credit unions’ not-for-profit mentality helps enrich the island.The National Credit Union Foundation is offering a free eBook anthology, “Keeping Purpose Constant,” that focuses on credit union philosophy and values. continue reading » 15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Iran’s football leagues to resume with no spectators: President Hassan Rouhani

September 20, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgTEHRAN: Iran’s football leagues will resume after the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said.”The soccer leagues will restart after the holy month of Ramadan but the competition must be played behind closed doors,” Rouhani said. Rouhani stressed on Saturday that the competition will resume under the terms of a strict health protocol. Iranian Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi also said earlier that “we can finish the current season in six weeks and teams will have three weeks to prepare for the competition.” “The season would resume under the terms of a strict health protocol. The matches will be held behind closed doors but we will see real football on the field. Players must also avoid goal celebrations,” said Harirchi. Germany’s Bundesliga resumed matches behind closed doors on Saturday but most sports competitions around the world remain suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Among other major football leagues, the Serie A is set to resume team training this Monday while the Premier League and LaLiga mull resumption of matches. IANSlast_img read more