Equities First Holdings Changes the Corporate Loan Industry

Equities First Holdings has pushed the envelope of innovation in the financial industry for years. They have now emerged as the leader in stock-based and credit-based loans. The need for these types of loans has grown exponentially since the tech bubble burst in the early 2000s. Equities First Holdings was born in 2002 to help those who were unsure of the overall market because of the crash and the need for their services only grew after the 2008 housing crash. The financial services company has locations all over the world, providing services to both institutions an individuals, with billions of dollars in loans outstanding. They continue to grow and change the way people and institutions borrow and repay loans.

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OneLogin: Offering Solutions

Companies are continuously embracing digital transformations. But, they do face some challenges. These are acknowledging and addressing compliance risks, and supervising the permissions and roles of the expanding portfolio of users and applications. There are four important points IT and security groups need to deliberate when coming up with access management and identity strategies. These include: cyber-attacks are costly and common for manufacturers, usability and balance, operational costs, and expanding third-party access.

Attacks online are very costly and common for manufacturers. Manufacturers are top targets for virtual attacks. They handle highly sensitive data such as financials, business plans, partner agreements, M&A data, blueprints, schematics, and NPI documents. There is actually a 90% probability that one data breach will cost more than $190 thousand, and 10% probability of it costing more than $750 thousand.

The balance of usability and security are key to digital transformation. Connecting applications and members in a safe and costly way is highly critical for manufacturers. Expanding access for users means increasing business, but needs to be properly executed. Increasing access if unprepared will escalate the likelihood of critical system disruption, diminished user productivity, and breaches in data.

Be cautious of the operating cost of traditional identity management systems. Manufacturers can easily become put down by elevated operation costs of traditional methods. End users can forget app passwords that will cause productivity issues. A high amount of outside users can result in complex app rollouts and disparate directories.

Access for third-parties continues to increase. Users throughout expanded enterprises can receive admission to apps, data, and company networks. As the amount of external users continues its growth, it is highly important that manufacturers keep a system for distributing app permissions and access. They should also realize potential security threats and their cost.

OneLogin is highly trusted by several manufacturers involving security issues. They offer multi-factor authentication, real-time Active Directory integration, pre-integration with over 5,000 apps, and a single sign-on. OneLogin also has Cloud IAM features and gives secure access to all of your favorite apps.

Susan McGalla on helping women succeed in business

Leading the way for women in high ranking positions is Susan McGalla who is in full support of this necessary change. She is a pure example of how you can excel no matter your gender. With that being said there are also studies that show when you have gender and ethnic diversity companies do outperform ones that don’t. Bringing an array of ideas and backgrounds diversifies a company which ups their odds of succeeding. Here are her thoughts on why initiatives and support groups are going to solve this problem. They do not solve the very underlying problem McGalla says. It does not mean they offer benefits that can help, but it doesn’t address and create change the way we need it to.

The solution is simple and clear. Get women executives to sponsor women who need direction and opportunity. Give these boss women incentives for helping others, so they are committed and dedicated to create change. On the flip side men must support these women to help the process move forward in the 21st century. Very few women at S&P 500 companies hold C-level positions and that needs to change. When these capable and hard working women get mentored by leaders, this will positively impact companies that can potentially increase their success by leaps and bounds. Get women in positions where they can utilize their skills and knowledge. The can bring something new to the company that may be a game changer if you give them a chance.

Susan McGalla is the Vice President of Business Strategy and Creative Development for The Pittsburgh Steelers. She started in February 2015 and has been going strong ever since. Susan is a model for hard working women all over the world that you can lead a team to success. Mrs. McGalla is now inspiring others to do the same.

The inspiring business woman is the Director for the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, sits on the board at Magee-Womens Hospital Research Institute and Foundation, and HFF Inc. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Marketing from Mount Union College in 1986. She now lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her husband Stephen McGalla.

Read more about Susan McGalla: http://bitsylink.com/2017/06/14/susan-mcgalla-as-a-high-performing-business-woman-in-the-corporate-world/

Dr Rod Rohrich: World-Renowned Plastic Surgeon, Lecturer And Educator

Dallas, Texas based plastic surgeon Dr Rod Rohrich, a UT Southwestern Medical Center professor of plastic surgery, is regarded internationally as an expert in his field. He is praised for being able to restore definition and youthfulness to his patients faces and bodies with his unique artistic skill. Recognized as being among America’s top plastic surgeons, DrRohrich is scheduled to make presentations at several symposia in 2018. The first three are the February 8-10 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium in Miami, the 21st Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting on February 28 and the 35th annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting March 2nd.

The work being done by Dr Rod Rohrich reflects cosmetic surgery’s technical advances and the evolution of interest in the field. The meetings are a way to share the expertise and training of cosmetic surgeons throughout the U.S. DrRohrich has trained plastic surgeons by the thousands and educated medical professionals and patients alike with his lectures. In the past, some of the symposia have featured live surgery. Dr Rod Rohrich will moderate some of the symposia and they will feature video demonstrations, lectures and panels on elegant solutions and what works in blepharoplasty, rhinoplasty and body contouring.

The meetings will feature world-class faculty talking about the latest innovations incosmetic surgery, IPL, lasers, vaginal rejuvenation, skin tightening, advances in skin care, noninvasive fat removal, dermal fillers, breast, face and body contouring procedures, patient safety and ethical social marketing. The meetings’ unique fresh cadaver lab offers participants hands-on involvement where experts teach about new technologies and techniques. Dr. Rohrich will participate in and moderate panel sessions.

Dr Rod Rohrich is an American Board of Plastic Surgery certified physician. He has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from North Dakota State University as well as the University of North Dakota. He got his medical degree from the Baylor University College of Medicine. DrRohrich did his residencies in general and plastic surgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He also attended Oxford University and completed advanced training in the specialty of pediatric plastic surgery. DrRohrich completed a fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School in hand and microvascular surgery.

The North Dakota native has practiced medicine for over 20 years, has won numerous awards and has had over 800 articles and book chapters published. Dr Rod Rorich holds memberships in many medical societies and associations.

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