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Jennifer Miller Joins BankNews as Advertising Account Executive

Aug 9, 2011 – BankNews Media is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Miller to its team as advertising account executive. In this capacity, she will be responsible for sales of the company’s print, digital and online products. As a key member of the BankNews Media advertising team, she is responsible for generating new business and maintaining current advertising accounts for BankNews and BankNews Mid-Week, as well as for the company’s state banking journals: Banking Matters (Oregon), California Banker, Florida Banking, Illinois Banker, In Touch (Kansas), Maine Banker and Texas Banking. She also handles banner advertising and sponsorships to the company’s website,, and electronic newsletters, BankNews eDigest and BankNews Technology Focus.


California: Redwood Capital Bank announces promotion of Jennifer Budwig

Tim Long and Jennifer Kelly named to key supervision posts

Jan 24 – Comptroller of the Currency John C. Dugan has named Tim Long to be senior deputy comptroller for bank supervision policy, and that Jennifer Kelly will succeed Long as senior deputy comptroller for mid-size and community bank supervision.


New Toolkit Helps Banks Streamline ERM Complexity

November 20 – Many smaller financial institutions struggle with how to apply enterprise risk management (ERM) principles consistently and effectively. To help banks with assets under $5 billion handle this challenge, Crowe Horwath LLP, one of the largest public accounting, consulting and technology firms in the U.S., developed a new toolkit, Crowe ERM Simplified.


Mars National Bank Opens “Branch of the Future”

November 20 – Mars National Bank opened a new branch office in Richland Township, Gibsonia, Pa., on Route 8, 5552 William Flynn Highway, 15044. The office opened November 16 and is next to the existing (now closed) Richland office. The new Richland office features state-of-the-art bank design. There is no teller line – customers are greeted and guided to a service area to meet their needs. The service area includes “pods” for transactions, meeting rooms for privacy and also self-serve convenience boxes, a new concept which lets customers access boxes with biometric security. Any of the universal bankers staffing the office can help any customer to speed the time spent at the bank.


ABA Names Rob Nichols President and CEO

May 27 – The American Bankers Association Board of Directors announced today that it has unanimously selected Rob Nichols as the ABA’s new president and CEO. Nichols, a former Treasury Department official, currently heads the Financial Services Forum. (more…)

Most Influential Women in Payments Honored by PaymentsSource

March 13 – PaymentsSource, providing news and analysis for payments professionals, has announced the honorees for the 2015 Most Influential Women in Payments. PaymentsSource will celebrate the accomplishments of these exceptional leaders on April 8th at an honoree panel discussion and reception, held during the 27th Annual Card Forum & Expo at the Chicago Marriott Downtown, hosted by PaymentsSource and American Banker.


Cadence Bank Upgrades Digital Banking Platform and Website

March 12 – Cadence Bank, based in Houston, Texas, has announced enhancements to its digital platforms, including a more intuitive online and mobile banking platform and an improved website experience.


Bluepoint Solutions and UMe Federal Credit Union Host Webcast “How a One-Branch Credit Union Can Become an Industry Leader in Just 3 Years”

February 17 – Bluepoint Solutions has announced that CMO Andrew Tilbury, Robert Einstein, CEO of UMe Federal Credit Union, and Anita Hutchinson, VP of Marketing of UMe Federal Credit Union, will discuss the challenges facing community financial institutions from both within and beyond financial services. Learn how an institution of any size can differentiate itself and effectively compete in a rapidly shifting market in this 60 minute webcast session.


Mobile Commerce Revenue to Hit 50 Percent of U.S. Digital Commerce Revenue by 2017

February 9 – Rampant interest in mobile payments is expected by 2015, along with a significant increase in mobile commerce. Due to this, Gartner, Inc., predicts that by 2017, U.S. customers’ mobile engagement behavior will drive mobile commerce revenue in the U.S. to 50 percent of U.S. digital commerce revenue. A recent Gartner survey found that mobile commerce currently generates 22 percent of digital commerce revenue.


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