Straight to The Point: October 2, 2017


Good morning, happy Monday. Both the House and Senate are in session today. Here is what’s happening in the world of credit unions today:

star3 New York Credit Union Association General Counsel Henry Meier testified Thursday before the state Senate Committee on Consumer Protection – The Point

star3 October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and NCUA has a variety of resources to help credit unions and their members guard against cyberattacks – The Point

star3 The New York Credit Union Association’s Events & Training department is conducting an online survey to learn more about the wants and needs of the state’s credit unions when it comes to professional development sessions – The Point

star3 As banks cut back on auto lending, credit unions are pushing forward – CU Times

star3 Scammers are constructing fake people to get real credit cards, and the practice may pick up due to the recent Equifax breach – CUToday

star3 Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie’s office announced several committee leadership changes ahead of the 2018 session – Times Union

star3 The U.S. Senate Budget Committee unveiled a budget resolution for 2018 that would allow the party to shield its tax reform bill from a Democratic filibuster – The Hill

star3 Upscale supermarket chain Whole Foods Market says it’s investigating an apparent payment card data breach that affects facilities located in some of its stores – CUinfoSecurity

star3 NCUA is forging ahead with plans to raise the normal operating level – New York’s State of Mind

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