Archive | March 2017

3/28/17!

SHARE PLEASE. Did you RSVP? Webinar 3/28/17! http://www.ufscnet.com/corporate-social-responsibility/#ufsc

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Washington DC right now-

Are you at #aabfp2017 #aabfp #ufscorg right now?
Quote by UFSC Vice President Advisory Board Ms. Adrienne Whitaker. 

“HAPPENING NOW: Congresswoman Maxine Waters just asked Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) to join her for an update from the Office of Women and Minority Inclusion (OMWI), which was born from Dodd-Frank. She just left a Trade meeting with 45. Congresswoman Joyce Beaty ia leading the discussion.
We thank Congresswoman Waters for always being a great partner to UFSC.
UFSC gives me an opportunity to be part of the change I want to see in the world.”

Community Empowerment.

Update noted by the Urban Financial Services Coalition Mortgage Crisis Task Force. The need for “Community Empowerment” is as high as ever, not just in Detroit. How are you helping? http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/nation-now/2017/03/20/foreclosure-crisis-makes-detroit-city-renters-not-homeowners/99433002/#ufsc

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Updates.

SIFMA is on program at AABFP2017 March 19 – 21, 2017. Cutting edge information… *RSVP NOW. https://www.law360.com/banking/articles/901907/sifma-backs-dol-s-fiduciary-rule-delay?nl_pk=de0d998a-aaad-4a54-9f6c-788dcd392ee6&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=banking
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Urban Financial Services Coalition African American Briefing for Financial Professionals.

Lifestyle-

Opinion- Quality of life global rankings: San Francisco is #1 for the United States. https://www.mercer.com/newsroom/2017-quality-of-living-survey.html?_ga=1.229101212.124243604.1489505641#wblendingsolutions

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Innovation

Online lending business innovation in Financial Services – “Increase income, reduce expenses, challenges and opportunities…” – https://www.nationalmortgagenews.com/articles/sofis-loan-losses-pile-up-as-even-wealthy-borrowers-default#ufsc

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Self.

“Investing in YOURSELF is one of the most important investments one can make.” – Warren Buffett, Multi -Billionaire
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How is your company competitiveness affected by Financial Services industry changes, challenges and opportunities? How can YOU navigate these changes, challenges and opportunities successfully in your OWN career? How can YOU assist your community in navigating these conditions? Attend the Urban Financial Services Coalition African American Briefing for Financial Professionals March 19-21, 2017 being conducted at one of the premier global leadership centers on the planet, Washington, DC. *

 

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http://www.ufscnet.com/ufsc-capitol-hill-briefing-for-african-american-in-financial-services/

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Hosted by UFSC National President Roderick Hayes, AABFP Chair Ditu Kasuyi and the AABFP Committee.
National Association of Black MBAs, National Association of Black Accountants, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, 100 Black men, National Medical Society, National Bar Association, US Black Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, American Bankers Association, Financial Planning Association, CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst Associates), NESBY, Urban League, NAACP, Operation Hope, , ALPFA, BDPA, National Sales Network, NOBLE, Blacks in Government, National Association of Black Journalists, Federal Reserve Bank, Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation, Chicago Board of Trade, Discover Financial Services, US Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo Bank, AON Insurance, Morningstar, Ariel Investments, Northern Trust, BMO Harris Bank, The Commercial Club of Chicago, City Club of Chicago, Comerica, Citibank, State Farm, Chicago Exchange, Prudential, JP Morgan Chase, Fifth Third, GE Financial, HSBC, Mastercard Worldwide, FDIC, SEC, OCC, NCUA, OMWI, emerging market, Illinois Department of Insurance, US Treasury, Currency trade, Securities markets, Insurance, Investment Banking, credit card services, mortgage, deposit and checking accounts, accounting, information technology, government relations, transaction services, crowd funding, non bank, hedge funds, networking, career, employment, training, volunteer, community service, financial literacy, empowerment, survey, talent, recruit, business, sales, service, youth mentoring, mentoring, african american, nareb.

3/19/17 to 3/21/17!

COME! – “Control your own destiny or someone else will.” -Jack Welch, CEO Emeritus, General Electric Corporation 

IN SEVEN DAYS… RSVP NOW… You should be in this hot event networking and crafting powerful new professional insights and actions FOR YOURSELF. 

*SIXTH ANNUAL AFRICAN AMERICAN BRIEFING FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS* 

Event Schedule: 

Sunday, March 19, 2017 

– Smithsonian National Museum African American History & Culture Tour (Registered Attendees Only) 

-Networking Dinner at Georgia Brown’s Restaurant, Washington DC 

Monday and Tuesday 

-Briefing from Government Leaders and Roundtable Discussions at United States Capitol Hill Visitor Center, First St SE, Washington, DC 20515 

-Evening Reception with the American Bankers Association, Washington Marriott Marquis, Washington, D.C. (Registered Attendees Only) 

-White House Briefing (Requested). 

-Regulatory Briefing- Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. -Financial Services Economic Update 2017. -FINTECH outlook. -Housing Roundtable- FNMA, FHLMC, HUD, CRL, GPS, ABA, ETC. -Voice of the Community Sessions. 

Invited Congressional Leaders: 

· Senator Mark Warner Office – Student Loans Reform Bill 

· Senator Robert Menendez – Corporate Diversity Report 

· Congresswoman Karen Bass – Economic Development of Africa 

· Congresswoman Maxine Waters – Dodd Frank 

· Congressman Hank Johnson – Big Data 

· Congresswoman Elizabeth Warren – Impact of Trump Administration on Financial Services Industry 

Four attendee comments from prior briefings: 

“This briefing was fun, exciting and informative… In the mean time, I am on information overload which is great to share with my community.” Bank Executive – California 

” I’m so glad I came. The information and the networking was much needed.” City Senior Economic Program Manager California 

“UFSC produces outcomes, contacts and information that are not done anywhere else.” Vice President Corporate Financial Analysis – Northeast 

“It was so encouraging to see minority professional finance people get together and have deep conversations.” – Federal Reserve Bank Executive, Mid West 

RSVP at: http://www.ufscnet.com/ufsc-capitol-hill-briefing-for-african-american-in-financial-services/ 

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Hosted by UFSC National President Roderick Hayes, AABFP Chair Ditu Kasuyi and the AABFP #AABFP2017 Committee. 

See you there! RSVP NOW.

Keywords:

National Association of Black MBAs,national Association of Black Accountants, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, 100 Black men, National Medical Society, National Bar Association, US Black Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, American Bankers Association, Financial Planning Association, CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst Associates), NESBY, Urban League, NAACP, Operation Hope, , ALPFA, BDPA, National Sales Network, NOBLE, Blacks in Government, National Association of Black Journalists, Federal Reserve Bank, Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation, Chicago Board of Trade, Discover Financial Services, US Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo Bank, AON Insurance, Morningstar, Ariel Investments, Northern Trust, BMO Harris Bank, The Commercial Club of Chicago, City Club of Chicago, Comerica, Citibank, State Farm, Chicago Exchange, Prudential, JP Morgan Chase, Fifth Third, GE Financial, HSBC, Mastercard Worldwide, FDIC, SEC, OCC, NCUA, OMWI, emerging market, Illinois Department of Insurance, US Treasury, Currency trade, Securities markets, Insurance, Investment Banking, credit card services, mortgage, deposit and checking accounts, accounting, information technology, government relations, transaction services, crowd funding, non bank, hedge funds, networking, career, employment, training, volunteer, community service, financial literacy, empowerment, survey, talent, recruit, business, sales, service, youth mentoring, mentoring, african american, nareb.

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