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TMGCoopera webinar on reloadable prepaid card for Hispanics
DES MOINES, Iowa (7/20/12)--The Members Group (TMG) and sister company Coopera will host a free webinar Tuesday for financial institutions seeking to reach underserved consumers and will roll out the Coopera Card, a reloadable Visa prepaid card designed for Hispanic cardholders.

The webinar, entitled "The Coopera Card--A Reloadable Prepaid Card for the Hispanic Cardholder," will take place from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. CT Tuesday.

TMG Retail Payments Product Manager Konrad Christensen and Coopera CEO Miriam De Dios will discuss the Coopera Card's features and benefits.  Topics covered will include:

  • Market opportunity for Hispanic prepaid reloadable cards;
  • Features/benefits of the card;
  • Instant issue capability;
  • Cardholder support options;
  • Materials to attract Hispanic consumers; and
  • Return on investment proforma cost analysis.
"Young and largely underserved, the Hispanic community is a critical group for community-based financial institutions," said De Dios.

TMG and Coopera developed the card for credit unions and community-based banks.

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