Glen speaks with the ATDC’s FinTech Catalyst Kristin Slink about startup trials before and after the pandemic, plus noted futurist Brett King weighs in on how credit unions can best serve members in their time of need. (Warning: Contains geeky references to Star Trek and Regulation D.)
Links related to this episode:
Georgia’s Advanced Technology Development Center: https://atdc.org/
The Financial Health Network: https://finhealthnetwork.org
Best Innovation Group’s ongoing Digital Town Halls for best practice sharing on Credit union responses to COVID-19, held each Wednesday (Brett King appears on the May 6 session): https://www.big-fintech.com/CU-Digital-Town-Hall
The Federal Reserve’s official Regulation D statement: https://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/pressreleases/bcreg20200424a.htm
CUNA’s position on Reg D (posted one month before the Fed’s action): https://news.cuna.org/articles/117445-reg-d-transfer-limit-should-be-temporarily-or-permanently-eliminated
Credit Union Service Network: https://cusn.com/
CU Broadcast: https://www.cubroadcast.com/
MemberPass (from CU Ledger): https://www.memberpass.com/
The BIG website: www.big-fintech.com
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