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Leading bank analyst gives New Resource its highest rating

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BauerFinancial, an independent bank and credit union analyst, gave New Resource Bank a five-star rating—the highest available—in its most recent reporting period.

Employee profile: Marsela Pecanac

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Marsela Pecanac joined the bank in January as vice president in charge of deposits. She also manages the bank’s relationship with nonprofits, foundations and other enterprises with a social mission.

Impact CD updates: summer 2013

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The New Resource Bank Impact CD gives customers a choice of three sustainability-related sectors to support with their deposits. Solar and alternative energy lending is still the most popular choice, followed by nonprofit and organics lending.

 

 

Bank on the go with your Android phone

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New Resource Bank has released an Android app version of our mobile banking system, available from the Google Play Store. Clients can also access their accounts via the bank’s iPhone and mobile browser apps.

The mobile banking application allows users to check balances, view their transaction history, and transfer funds between accounts. Business users can also approve wires and ACH transactions, as well as originate wires and ACH transactions using existing templates.

New Resource receives a five-star rating as an impact investment

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The Global Impact Investing Rating System (GIIRS) has awarded New Resource Bank an overall five-star rating, the highest possible.

GIIRS is a comprehensive and transparent system for assessing the social and environmental impact of companies and funds. Its approach is analogous to Morningstar investment rankings and Capital IQ financial analytics.

The GIIRS team rates New Resource twice yearly. The bank’s current overall score is 150, compared with an average score of 88 for other GIIRS-rated institutions in our market category (developed; 218 companies).

CFO honored as finalist in Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards

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We’re pleased to report that Charmaine Detweiler, New Resource Bank’s CFO and executive vice president, was honored in the 2013 Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards, presented June 5 by the San Francisco Business Times and Larkin Street Youth Services. Charmaine was one of three finalists in the category of public company with revenues up to $500 million.

How to Build a Sustainable Nonprofit with a Compelling Story and Robust Online Platform

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As traditional sources of nonprofit funding crumble, innovative platforms for attracting donors are rising to replace them. Join us June 4 for the next re:think, where Bartlomiej Jan Skorupa of Groundwork Opportunities, Katherine Woo of Kiva and Pamela Hawley of UniversalGiving will discuss using the art of storytelling to build a movement, creating funding platforms that allow nonprofits to be self-reliant and turning the shopping cart into an instrument of change by integrating crowdfunding and e-commerce models.

New Resource CEO speaks on changing the way the world thinks about banking

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Ecosystem loss, carbon constraints, economic instability, volatile energy prices, and water and food scarcity are among the global drivers of change that make sustainability efforts imperative, New Resource Bank President and CEO Vince Siciliano told attendees at a March 28 event in San Francisco sponsored by Silicon Valley Microfinance Network. Siciliano and One PacificCoast Bank President Daniel Skaff were the featured speakers at “Beneficial Banking: Are YOUR Bank Deposits Changing the World?”

California Film Institute wins San Rafael Green Business of the Year Award

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New Resource congratulates the California Film Institute (CFI) on winning the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce’s Green Business of the Year Award. The green business-certified CFI, a New Resource client, presents the annual Mill Valley Film Festival, exhibits films at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center, and offers free educational programs to students.

ATM deposit network adds 55 more machines

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New Resource Bank has joined two ATM shared deposit networks that allow customers to deposit checks or cash at a variety of ATMs around the San Francisco Bay Area and across the country.

 

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