Straight to The Point: June 5, 2017


Good morning. If you were one of the nearly 800 individuals who attended the New York Credit Union Association’s Annual Meeting & Convention, hopefully you enjoyed yourself and your ride back from the Sagamore was smooth-sailing. The U.S. Senate and state Legislature are back in session today, while the House returns tomorrow. Here are the headlines this morning:

star3Convention wrapped up at the Sagamore Resort yesterday. Over the course of four days, attendees celebrated the New York Credit Union Association’s 100 year anniversary with what many attendees called the “best convention ever” – The Point

star3The election results for the New York Credit Union Association’s board of directors were announced during yesterday’s Annual Meeting – The Point

star3The New York Credit Union Association’s Young Professionals Commission welcomed new members – The Point

star3Google has announced plans to track debit and credit card sales to determine whether online ads are leading to offline sales – CUToday

 star3When it comes to banking habits, millennials and Gen Xers aren’t so different – CU Times

 star3A pair of US senators have filed a new anti-money laundering bill aimed at beefing up oversight of digital currencies – Coin Desk

star3Andrew Cuomo for the first time will be actively involving himself in the effort to flip control of the U.S. House of Representatives to the Democrats – Daily News

star3An increasing number of older Americans prefer to have a mortgage – New York Times

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