BIS Expands Website Offerings
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.-BIS Inc., a provider of turnkey insurance agency solutions for banks and credit unions, has expanded its website to feature what it says is the nation's first on-line insurance sales modeling program. The new website enhancement will allow banks and credit unions to input core transaction activities; mortgages, consumer loans, new account openings, commercial loans, and generate a sales and revenue model for the cross-selling of insurance, the company said. Within 24 hours of visiting the site, www.bancinsurance.net/assessmentform.htm, an analyst from BIS will be able to compute referral, quote, sales and retention levels by insurance product within core bank channels. In addition, the model provides projections for agency staffing levels and adoption cycles for handling corresponding referral volumes.
CU Village Launches Teen Site
NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, Mich.-CU Village has launched a teen website at (www.cu-village.com) for young people, ages 13 to15. A sub-channel of the Members' Marketplace Young Investors channel, the site teaches teenagers how to earn, save, spend and budget wisely, and they can also practice budgeting and learn what kinds of jobs are available, and what the laws say about teen employment.
Southeast Corp. Rated Highly
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Southeast Corporate has received one of Standard & Poor's (S&P's) highest ratings, 'AA/Stable/A-1+. In issuing the rating S&P said: "The ratings on Southeast Corporate Federal Credit Union are based on its ample balance sheet liquidity, strong asset quality and healthy risk-based capital. Southeast's assets are mainly composed of high-quality short-term investments. Interest rate risk is minimized through asset-liability matching policies."
PSCUFS Provides Teaching Grant
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.- PSCU Financial Services is providing a grant for a Chandler, Ariz. elementary school teacher to attend The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation's Teacher Institute. The week-long Institute provides educators with innovative, proven methods for communicating the principles of American history and government, and is held at Colonial Williamsburg's in Virginia. PSCU Financial Services' grant will also provide for the Humphrey Elementary School teacher's pupils to participate in the The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation's American History education distance-learning Electronic Field Trips.