CUNA reviewing Treasury regulatory relief report, credit unions addressed

first_img continue reading » The Department of the Treasury released a report Monday outlining more than 100 changes to financial regulations. CUNA is analyzing the report.“We are carefully reviewing the Treasury’s report. Based on our initial review, the report appears to reflect input that we gave the administration in meetings and other engagements, and it shows that that the administration understands that credit unions need common-sense regulations,” said CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle. “For too long, the one-size-fits-all rules meant for Wall Street have been hurting Main Street’s financial sector. We appreciate that the Treasury Department recognizes that credit unions know how to lend and promote economic growth in their communities, and we will continue to work with policymakers to improve the operating environments for credit unions and their members.”The majority of the changes would be made at the regulatory level, not through legislation. 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Allan Guiste celebrates 100 years and joins the centurion club

first_img Share Allan GuisteOn Saturday June 2nd, 2012, Allan Guiste who resides at No.4 Winston’s Lane in Goodwill, in the Commonwealth of Dominica, became part of the elite centurion club when he celebrated his 100th birthday. He was born on the 2nd of June, 1912. The celebration for his 100th year was held at his house in Goodwill. In attendance, among family and friends, were the President of the Commonwealth of Dominica, H.E Dr. Nicholas Liverpool and Mrs. Liverpool, Parliamentary representative for Roseau North- Hon. Julius Timothy and Parliamentary Secretary- Hon. Johnson Drigo. A small celebratory Mass led by Monsignor Eustace Thomas of the Goodwill Parish formed part of the celebration for the auspicious occasion. Mr. Guiste, a devoured Catholic, participated in the Holy Communion at the Mass.Allan Guiste receiving a gift from Parliamentary Secretary- Hon. Johnson DrigoMr. Guiste, who is the father of four boys, Ronnie, Ronald, Clayton and Fitzroy, worked as Prison Officer for most of his life and held the position of Tailor; responsible for sewing uniforms for Prison Officers and Inmates alike. He continued to be self-employed as a Tailor after retiring from the Prison. He provided tailoring services to the Dominica Police Force for the balance of his working life. Mr. Guiste continues to remain in good health and high spirit. The family and friends of Mr. Allan Guiste extends thanks to all for their attendance and kind support during the celebration of his 100th birthday.Press Release Sharing is caring! LocalNews Allan Guiste celebrates 100 years and joins the centurion club by: – June 4, 2012 Sharecenter_img 75 Views   2 comments Tweet Sharelast_img read more

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Coleman still on the mend

first_imgThe Ireland full back missed last Monday’s 3-2 defeat to West Brom with a hamstring injury.Coleman’s injury is a concern for Ireland manager Martin O’Neill ahead of Thursday weeks clash with Germany in the Euro 2016 qualifiers so he’ll be hoping the Donegal man plays this weekend.Martinez says we’ll have to wait and see if both Coleman and John Stones feature against the Reds.last_img

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