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Bank Transfer Day shines spotlight on New Resource

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New Resource Bank

The Bank Transfer Day grassroots movement urging people to move their money out of big banks by Nov. 5, coupled with our own Move Your Money campaign, put New Resource in the media spotlight—and led new customers to the bank in record numbers.

WWF green game-changers report features New Resource Bank

Author : 
New Resource Bank

We were happy to see WWF recognizing the Global Alliance for Banking on Values in its recently released 50th anniversary report, “Green Game Changers: 50 Innovations to Inspire Business Transformation.”

Move your money—now is the time

Author : 
New Resource Bank

As growing numbers of people reevaluate their relationship with big banks, we’re seeing more and more people moving their money to New Resource Bank. We want to encourage that! So in honor of Bank Transfer Day—the grassroots campaign encouraging people to switch to institutions that put money back into their communities—we’re offering an incentive.

New Money Manager service available to all customers

Author : 
Kay Adler

New Resource Bank is offering a new personal finance service called Money Manager for free to all banking customers. Money Manager is a service from Yodlee, an online banking account aggregation service, which offers more personal-finance tracking and tighter log-in security than other systems in use today. The new service can be used by personal account holders as well as small businesses.

Online banking security is everyone’s responsibility

Author : 
Kay Adler

Over the past few years, many business banking customers around the country have experienced fraud on their accounts as a result of viruses or trojans that have infected the computers used to do online banking. It’s been shown that fraudsters have managed to find a way around every online banking security procedure that has been put in place.

Coming soon: improved online banking

Author : 
New Resource Bank

New Resource Bank is upgrading our online banking system to give customers more powerful tools, greater flexibility and a better user experience—all while maintaining our current strict security standards.

New features will include mobile banking; a customizable dashboard so you can see what you want to see when you log in; a new financial management tool called Money Manager, available to business and personal banking customers; expanded money transfer options; and streamlined log-ins.

New Resource aids San Francisco’s climate action efforts

Author : 
New Resource Bank

As part of its work with the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3), New Resource Bank is now serving on the advisory board for San Francisco’s nine-year-old Climate Action Plan (CAP), an aggressive effort to drive down the city’s greenhouse gas emissions.

CFO honored as one of 150 most influential women in Bay Area business

Author : 
Vince Siciliano

Congratulations to Charmaine Detweiler, New Resource Bank’s chief financial officer and EVP, for being named to the San Francisco Business Times’150 Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business” list.The list recognizes outstanding women professionals who make a difference in their companies, industries and communities.

Website wins Webby honor

Author : 
New Resource Bank

New Resource Bank’s website was named an Official Honoree by the 2011 Webby Awards, which recognize website excellence in content, structure and navigation, visual design, functionality, interactivity and overall experience. Established in 1996, the Webbys are judged and presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.

New Resource takes leadership role on climate

Author : 
New Resource Bank

New Resource has joined the Advisory Committee of the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3) , a partnership of San Francisco Bay Area businesses committed to cutting their greenhouse gas emissions.  BC3 members agree to reduce their climate change impact, be active leaders in the community, develop dialogue and coordinate activities with policy makers, share best practices and disclose their activities. “It’s a great fit for us because not only do we support these principles, they’re actually part of our mission, and we can serve as a resource on broader sustainability issues,” says New Resource Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer Bill Peterson, the bank’s representative on the committee.

 

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