Scholar Rock Announces Senior Management Promotions

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Risky Business: Compliance and change on overdrive at WSECU

first_imgPerched near the place where the pandemic came ashore, Washington State Employees Credit Union ($3.5B, Olympia, WA) has leaned on its growing ability to manage risk of all kinds as the member-owned cooperative navigates a new reality.Products and processes created to help members cope with the coronavirus have introduced uncertainty — and possible compliance risk — in, for example, responding to new laws that allow hands-off work such as digital notary signings for loans.That’s just for starters, says Wilkes Hardin, vice president of lending compliance at WSECU.“Our quickly changing business and regulatory environment has increased operating risks in all categories across the enterprise,” Hardin says. “The same is true for many of the member accommodations and product enhancements we made. The good news is, we’re getting quicker and better about managing to risk so that we keep pace.” ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

It’s Final: Wisconsin, Bo Ryan going to Final Four

first_imgVideo:Only minutes after the final buzzer, hundreds of students flock to State Street in Madison to celebrate the Badgers’ win.[Photos via Joey Reuteman/The Badger Herald] ANAHEIM, Calif. — It took 13 seasons and an extra five minutes, but Wisconsin is taking coach Bo Ryan to the Final Four.The Honda Center was the site of a true heavyweight fight between the No. 1 and No. 2 seed in the West Regional, playing for the right to go to the Final Four.Wisconsin (29-7) and Arizona (33-5) exchanged haymaker after haymaker in a regional final that couldn’t be decided in regulation.Frank Kaminsky would not be denied as the 7-foot junior put Wisconsin’s fate on his back, scoring a game-high 28 points.Nick Johnson led the scoring for Arizona with 16 points.The Badgers owned the last possession in the second half, but junior point guard Traevon Jackson came up short on a jumper that would have sealed it.In overtime Kaminsky took over, scoring 6 of Wisconsin’s 10 points and punching the Badgers’ ticket to Dallas and the Final Four for the first time since 2000.Wisconsin will play the winner of Michigan and Kentucky.last_img read more