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How to make your financial institution digital-first in 2020

first_img continue reading » One financial institution bankrolled a road trip for its entire leadership team to visit fintech startups over the course of a week. The company took this bold step to immerse all decisionmakers in the digital mindset, according to Mark Vipond, General Manager of Digital Banking at NCR/D3, which worked with the institution. That way, he said, the institution’s senior leaders could better work together to turn the company into a digital-first financial powerhouse.Not every bank or credit union setting out to be a “digital first” financial institution can afford such an excursion. But an essential all must have is a commitment to making significant changes to the way they operate and serve consumers and businesses.Both Vipond and Doug Brown, SVP and General Manager at NCR, have seen organizations that devote themselves to change and others that don’t seem to get the point of going digital. The two executives spoke during a webinar hosted by The Financial Brand.A common obstacle to going digital that they addressed entails getting stuck in old ways. 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Auckland’s growing cocaine problem

first_imgWastewater drug testing shows cocaine on the rise in Auckland, high meth use in WhangareiStuff co.nz 28 November 2017Family First Comment: But the Drug Foundation wants to decriminalise drugs like these – and P !!www.SayNopeToDope.nzCocaine use is increasing in Auckland, according to new figures from a Police wastewater drug testing initiative.Wastewater testing in Christchurch and Auckland began in December 2016, with testing in Whangarei starting in August this year.The results showed a rise in cocaine detected in Auckland, from 36 grams per week in June 2017, to 95 grams per week this month.They also revealed a “high incidence of methamphetamine” in Whangarei.When people consume drugs, they are processed by the body into other compounds, known as metabolites.The metabolites are excreted and make their way into the wastewater system.The report from the National Drug Intelligence Bureau, a joint operation of customs, health and police, showed the concentration of illegal drug metabolites found in each city.READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/northland/archived-sections/national-news/99310594/Wastewater-drug-testing-shows-cocaine-on-the-rise-in-Auckland-high-meth-use-in-Whangareilast_img read more

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