Straight to The Point: February 27


Good morning. The House, Senate and Legislature are in session today. The CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference continues, and Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the CFPB, will address attendees. This afternoon, New York advocates will meet with the offices of Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. Here’s what else is happening:

star3 The deadline to register for the 2018 Frontline Compliance series is this Friday, March 2. The seven-part webinar series is designed to equip frontline credit union staff with the tools and knowledge they need to stay in compliance – NYCUA

star3 This Friday also marks the deadline to submit nominations for the Association’s 2018 Recognition Awards – NYCUA

star3 The New York Credit Union Association is currently seeking new candidates to serve on the Young Professionals Commission – NYCUA

star3 Credit union advocates yesterday met with President Donald Trump to urge support for regulatory relief measures, and in particular S.2155 – CUNA

star3 Attendees of the 2018 CUNA GAC heard from former President George W. Bush during the general session yesterday – CUToday

star3 Department of Labor FCU in Washington, D.C., has prevailed in a lawsuit brought against it over the accessibility of its website – CU Times

star3 Multiple Chase customers have reported logging in to their online account, only to be presented with another customer’s bank account details – KrebsOnSecurity

star3 Recently, a group of people in their 20s took part in a Google Hangout to discuss their thoughts on retirement and what they are doing to save – New York Times

star3 Now is not the time to be making it more difficult for consumers to access financial products that help protect their families if they die with bills to pay – New York’s State of Mind

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