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CUNA testimony, CUNA-backed bills on House floor this week

first_imgIt’s a busy week for credit unions on Capitol Hill, as a witness will testify on data breaches on behalf of CUNA and three CUNA-supported bills are expected to be considered on the House floor.Kim Sponem, president/CEO of Summit CU, Madison, Wis., will testify at a House Financial Services subcommittee on financial institutions and consumer credit hearing titled “Examining the Current Data Security and Breach Notification Regulatory Regime.”“Kim is going to reinforce a lot of the messages that we have been delivering to Congress for the last several year about the impacts that merchant data breaches have on credit union members and on credit unions as financial institutions,” said CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan. “She’ll address the need for a strong national data standard that all who are involved in the payments system are subject to. We believe that the merchants that accept cards for payment ought to be subject to the same standards as the banks and credit unions that issue those cards.” continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


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Wimbledon: Djokovic Stunned by Querrey in Third Round

first_imgNovak Djokovic was stunned by Sam Querrey in the third round at Wimbledon as he lost 6-7 4-6 6-3 3-6 to the American. The world No 1 fought back to take the third set having started the day two sets down yesterday.But Querrey, the No 28 seed, battled to a fourth-set tie-break, in a match that was interrupted by rain on Court No 1, and clinched it 7-5. “I’m ecstatic, it’s the biggest tournament in the world,” Querrey said. “I played the break points really well, came up with a big serve, got a couple of losing errors in the tie-break.”On how he felt overnight, he added: “He came out and got the first four games, then we had another rain delay and I was able to regroup. “He is on the way to being the greatest ever, so I knew he would be mentally tough. I am just going to be happy with this and look forward to the next round a bit.”Djokovic, who confirmed afterwards he would not play in the Davis Cup quarter-final against Britain this month, was gracious in defeat, congratulating his opponent and saying: “Congratulations to Sam. He played a terrific match.He serves very well. I think that part of his game was brutal today. He just overpowered me. I had my chances. I just wasn’t feeling the ball as well as I wished.”It leaves Andy Murray, the British No 1 and No 2 seed, the favourite for the trophy with Djokovic failing in his attempt to win the Golden Slam (all four majors and the Olympic title) this year. Querrey will face France’s Nicolas Mahut in the fourth round.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more


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Norsk Tipping appoints Holtvedt & Mengshoel as future enterprise leaders

first_img Submit Norway’s Ministry of Culture seeks to end gambling’s triple guardianship  June 30, 2020 Norway’s monopoly brought into question as problem gambling rates increase May 26, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Stats Perform becomes sole live streaming supplier for Norsk Tipping July 9, 2020 Related Articles Share Norwegian state-owned gambling group Norsk Tipping has moved to restructure its senior executive leadership team adding two new appointments to lead the firm’s future enterprise strategy.Eirill HoltvedtIn its update,  Norsk Tipping confirms the appointment of Eirill Holtvedt as new Director of Corporate Strategy and Development.A former senior finance and venture funding executive for DNB Norway, Holtvedt joins Norsk Tipping leadership to drive the firm’s enterprise strategy and future organisational developments.Holtvedt will be supported by the promotion of Per Kristian Mengshoel as new Managing Director for Innovation and Corporate Development.Mengshoel has formerly led Norsk Tipping’s data and systems division as Chief Data Officer (CDO – 2017-2018)Prior to the promotion, Mengshoel had served as Norsk Tipping acting innovation lead since January 2018, with the gambling group moving to confirm his full remit as a new corporate leadership executive.Per Kristian MengshoelUpdating corporate stakeholders Norsk Tipping chief executive Åsne Havnelid backed the two senior appointments, stating that they would be critical to Norsk Tipping’s future progress and corporate growth.“I’m incredibly happy and proud that we added Eirill to the Norsk Tipping team. She has the expertise and experience we need in the future and qualities that complement the top management team.”“Per has an exciting expertise and experience from several environments in addition to Norsk Tipping. I’m particularly pleased that we could find such a skilled and capable candidate in our own ranks, and look forward to working with Per. He will be an important member of the leadership team.”last_img read more