Straight to The Point: August 14, 2017


Good morning, and welcome to another Monday. There is no legislative or regulatory action slated for today. Here are this morning’s headlines:

star3 Young professionals from throughout the state were in New York City last week to learn and network at the Summer Educational Summit. The event was sponsored by CUNA Mutual Group, Alloya Corporate FCU, TCAR and Cabot Creamery – The Point

star3 The New York Credit Union Association’s annual CEO Roundtable in Syracuse will be held Oct. 23-24. The popular event is specifically geared toward CEOs/managers of New York credit unions with up to $100 million in assets – NYCUA

star3 New York credit unions can register for Miracle Jeans Day, Credit Unions for Kids’ fundraiser in support of the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals – Credit Unions for Kind

star3 After years of saying the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund could not be closed until 2021, NCUA now is in the process of potentially closing the fund as early as Oct. 1 – CU Journal

star3 The IRS, state tax agencies and others are warning industry professionals about a new, convincing phishing scam, capitalizing on the extension tax deadlines – CU Times

star3 Housing affordability dropped slightly in the second quarter – The Hill

star3 Cashless ATMs are often cited as one possible solution for legal marijuana businesses, but owners and users are finding the machines imperfect – American Banker

star3 The New York-Northern New Jersey region is home to some of the most and least unequal places in the nation – Liberty Street Economics

star3 Complying with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act just got more complicated, thanks to a recent federal appeals court ruling – New York’s State of Mind

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