Click SHARE! Hot UFSC phone briefing 10/7/14 with American Bankers Association- please send to your networks
Hot Topic – Cyber Security Briefing & Free ABA Convention Registration contest.
Urban Financial Services Coalition has partnered with the American
Bankers Association (ABA) to provide you a phone briefing on “Cyber
Security Risk Facing Banks & other Institutions ” and to offer attendees an opportunity to win
a free registration to the ABA Annual Convention in Dallas, Texas,
October 19-21, 2014.
The featured speaker for the phone briefing on “Cyber Security Risk
Facing Banks & other Institutions” is Heather Wyson-Constantine, ABA’s Senior Director, Risk
Management Policy. The phone briefing is scheduled for Tuesday, October
7, 2014, 12:00 pm EST, 9:00 am PST.
Attendees participating in the phone brief will have an opportunity to
win a free registration to the ABA 2014 Annual Convention in Dallas,
Texas, October 19-21, 2014. The 2014 ABA Annual Convention will explore
banking’s new frontiers, from national and global policy developments to
long-term competitive strategies. The forward-looking program includes
sessions on cyber threats, third-party risk, alternative delivery
models, new technologies, 21st century bankers and much more to ensure
that your bank / institution stays relevant as the industry continues to transform.
The registration cost for the convention is $1195 ABA Members/$2095 for
non- members. The winning attendee will be responsible for his/her own
transportation and lodging cost for attending the convention.
To register for the Phone Briefing on “Cyber Security Risk Facing
Banks”, please see ufscnet.org
Visit http://www.aba.com/Training/Conferences/Pages/annual.aspx to learn
more about the ABA Convention.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
Christine Elizabeth Marshall-Thomas
Since it has pleased Almighty God to take our beloved Sister, Christine Elizabeth Marshall-Thomas, on to her reward where she will join that innumerable heavenly caravan.
WHEREAS, our Sister was a reverent woman who loved the Lord. A very independent person who performed many tasks and instilled in her family to follow her example. She loved her family with a gentle, yet stern combination which only she possessed.
WHEREAS, our Sister was a proud mother of Adrienne Whitaker, who she raised to be an exceptional woman of Godly character; unequaled professional presence, and unparalleled leadership skills, all wrapped up in a heart of “Gold”.
WHEREAS, our beloved Sister was a dedicated woman of many talents who loved and supported her friends, family and neighbors.
WHEREAS, Ms. Thomas was a dedicated member of the Urban Financial Services Coalition, International support team for over 5 years, who served in numerous positions to include Special Assistant to the International President, Virtual Assistant and Enforcer of Returning Phone Calls and Emails.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that we embrace Adrienne and her family, because all of us have a common bond that will connect us for the rest of our lives. We cannot replace Ms. Marshall-Thomas, but will attempt to demonstrate her love for you.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that we the members of the Urban Financial Services Coalition, International proclaim September 28, 2014 “Christine Elizabeth Marshall –Thomas Day”, as a testament to her dedication to the organization.
Humbly Submitted on this 28th day September 2014,
The Officers and Members of Urban Financial Services Coalition
Walter Brown, Jr, International President
Ditu Kasuyi, Advisory Board President
Urban Financial Services Coalition, Urban Financial Services Coalition
-Pictured – Christine’s daughter Adrienne and Christine’s mother.
Some big lessons in this story…
Pimco Strife Puts Allianz Management of Firm Center Stage
By Oliver Suess
September 26, 2014 2:36 PM EDT
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With two key leaders quitting Pacific Investment Management Co. in nine months, Allianz SE will need to show that Europe’s biggest insurer is capable of managing a mutual fund behemoth.
Bill Gross, 70, who co-founded Pimco more than four decades ago and rose to become manager of the world’s biggest bond fund, is leaving amid a dispute over how to move the firm forward and end record redemptions. His exit comes after Pimco in January announced the abrupt resignation of former Chief Executive Officer Mohamed El-Erian, who had clashed with Gross over management of the firm.
Gross’s departure also coincides with a U.S. regulatory probe … To article