CUNA supports ongoing development of FedNow 24x7x365 service

first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Development of the FedNow real-time payments network is necessary, CUNA wrote to the Federal Reserve Wednesday. The Fed announced details of the 24x7x365 interbank settlement service last month.“CUNA supports the Board’s ongoing development of FedNow, and credit unions look forward to working with Board staff as the network is developed,” the letter reads. “We encourage the Board to use all the resources at its disposal to speed up development of FedNow so that new products and services can be brought to the market.”The first release of the FedNow Service will provide core clearing and settlement features that will support market needs and help financial institutions manage the transition to a 24x7x365 service. Additional features and service enhancements will be introduced over time.The target launch date for the service is 2023 or 2024, and CUNA in its letter strongly encourages working toward “the earliest end of that range, while recognizing the complexity of the endeavor.last_img read more

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10 quotes from former Syracuse RB Prince-Tyson Gulley on Scott Shafer’s firing

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 23, 2015 at 12:24 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Syracuse fired head coach Scott Shafer on Monday morning though he will coach his final game on Saturday against Boston College. Former SU running back Prince-Tyson Gulley played for the Orange from 2010-2014 and spoke with The Daily Orange about Shafer.Here are 10 of Gulley’s quotes from that conversation:“We’ve been discussing a lot of things as alumni. I just feel like this is one of the problems with why Syracuse can never get to the point that we can get, is because every 3-4 years we are switching coach.”“Shafer, they just need to give him a chance to build the program. Me knowing him personally, if he would be able to get enough time just to mold these kids and get a full at least five or six years … he has to create the culture that he wants.”“This is what great coaches do, they look at the team that they already have and they build within. They build from what they have. Most coaches nowadays, they come on in and they clean out.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“What I will say is if the next coach comes in and tries to build from what he already has, then maybe something happens.”“Honestly, the reason why Shafer should’ve been able to stay is because they should let him build that culture. It’s gonna be slow.”“I understand it’s a results business, but results take time in this game. All the big teams, they’ve had rocky roads but they’ve figured it out. We’ve had too many rocky roads and we still haven’t figured it out. What have we learned?”“Someone has to look in-depth of this program, really in-depth into the program. If there was a coaching change, obviously they already made that choice. We need to look deeper.”“To be truthfully honest with you, I love Coach Shafer, but a big name would work out perfect.”“My last season there, we were terrible on offense. I’ve seen the life in this offense.”“Honestly, we got to trust (Director of Athletics Mark Coyle). We’ve got to trust him, that he knows exactly what he’s doing, because it’s already done.” Commentscenter_img Related Stories Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer fired, will coach final game vs. Boston CollegePoll: Should Syracuse have fired Scott Shafer?Potential replacements for Scott Shafer as Syracuse’s head coachStorify: Social media reactions to Syracuse football head coach Scott Shafer’s firingBlum: Scott Shafer needed to be firedlast_img read more

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Rabiu Mohammed undergoes surgery, out for six months

first_imgGhana midfielder Rabui Mohammed would be out for six months after undergoing surgery on his knee.After going under the knife in Germany this week, the Kuban Krasnodar midfielder has had an earlier diagnonis confirmed. Tests at the time had that the 26-year-old had a gap between the interior cruciate ligaments in his right knee and damaged the internal meniscus.This cruciate knee ligament injury will mean he is out of the last two games of Ghana’s 2017 Nations Cup qualifiers against Mauritius and Rwanda.Six months out also means he may struggle to hit form in time for Ghana’s likely charge to an Afcon title in Gabon next January. Rabiu had picked up the injury in Krasnodar’s league game against Rostov.Rabiu has been start-stop since making a move to Russia in 2013 from Evian in France in a move worth about ‎€3 million. He suffered the injury in mid-April when his side played Rostov. —last_img read more

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