Peer-to-Peer Lending: A New Banking Alternative

The following is an article scheduled to appear in the upcoming edition of The WWR Letter:  Peer-to-Peer Lending: A New Banking Alternative By: Benjamin R. Bibler, Esquire  Peer-to-peer lending is a new banking alternative that involves average people lending money directly to borrowers in order to cut out the banking middlemen. Lenders are matched up with potential borrowers…

The Americans With Disabilities Act: Requirements for Credit Unions

The following is an article reprinted with permission from the WWR Letter:  The Americans With Disabilities Act: Requirements for Credit Unions By: Raymond F. Moats, Esquire  The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) was enacted to prohibit discrimination and ensure equal opportunity for persons with disabilities. The ADA is a Federal civil rights law that gives protection to persons…

Podcasting: A New Marketing Tool for Credit Unions

The following is an article reprinted with permission from the WWR Letter:  Podcasting: A New Marketing Tool for Credit Unions By: Robert Rutkowski, Esquire Imagine having your own radio show where you could reach your membership anytime they had a free moment to listen to what you had to tell them. That’s what marketing through…

Biometric Security: On the Horizon

The following is an article reprinted with permission from the WWR Letter:  Biometric Security: On the Horizon By: John J. Grieger, Esquire  Biometrics can be defined as the measurement of biological characteristics that are distinct to each person and that are used in identifying that person. Biometrics can identify an individual’s fingerprints, face, iris, voice or…