Credit Union Q&A: University of Hawai’i Federal Credit Union

first_img This post is currently collecting data… This is placeholder text continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrcenter_img The University of Hawai’i Federal Credit Union was spearheaded by 10 UH colleagues in the mid-1950s. Now, the credit union serves more than 30,000 members, including employees, students, alumni and family members of the University of Hawai’i.UFCU partnered with Zogo earlier this fall, and has seen an enthusiastic response from hundreds of students and community members who have downloaded the gamified financial literacy app to learn about personal finance — and get rewarded while they do it.Zogo content coordinator Hannah Lang spoke with UHFCU vice president of marketing Bari Carroll about financial education, the credit union’s success with Zogo and how our company can continue to improve in the future.Zogo: When did UHFCU begin its partnership with Zogo? Carroll: We just launched our partnership with Zogo at the beginning of September. It’s exceeded our expectations! The feedback from our members and community has been amazing, and we’re excited to be offering this new way of financial education that is both accessible and very engaging.last_img read more

Sherwood insists he will NOT stand in Aston Villa striker’s way amid Liverpool rumours

first_img1 Christian Benteke in action for Aston Villa Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood insists he will NOT stand in Christian Benteke’s way should the striker want a summer move away from Villa Park.The Belgian is likely to be a transfer target for big clubs in the coming months, with Liverpool the latest to be linked after his run of nine goals in eight games.Sherwood has no intention of selling the big Belgian but concedes if Benteke wanted to go and the money was right, he would be allowed to leave.He said: “I haven’t heard anything about that, but it’s good news that people are talking about Christian again because he’s scoring goals and if he’s scoring goals for us, we’re happy.“I’ve no idea what he’d cost, because I don’t want to sell him. It would have to be a lot of money for anyone to take him from us.“He’d be too expensive for a great deal of clubs in the Premier League. But we’re not looking to sell our assets and he’s certainly one of those.“If a player doesn’t want to play for the club anymore and the club he wants to go to meet the valuation then I think it’s always best to let them go.”The former Tottenham boss added: “It would be about the market value of what’s out there but I have no intention of selling Christian.“He’s enjoying his football and I saw some positive things said by his agent, saying he had not talked to other clubs or seen any interest from other clubs and that Aston Villa were playing the best football out of any team in the league. I think he was spot on there.”last_img read more