Straight to The Point: March 27


Good morning. The House and Senate continue their recess today. With the clock winding down for the state to pass an on-time budget, the Assembly and state Senate are in session. Here’s what’s happening in the world of credit unions:

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

star3 The deadline to register for the 2018 State Governmental Affairs Conference is approaching, and attendees are encouraged to download and submit their Hill Meeting Request Forms to secure meeting times with lawmakers – NYCUA

star3 Registration is open for the Association’s 2018 CEO Roundtable (Up to $100 million in assets) events, which are consistently ranked by participants as being among the Association’s most important and effective offerings – The Point

star3 NCUA has been barred from participating in an interagency fintech discussion forum, which has kept the agency from exchanging vital information with other regulators – CU Times

star3 The House and Senate are struggling to reconcile their different regulatory relief bills – CUToday

star3 Some credit unions are seeing significant boosts to loan balances and campaign response rates by deploying adaptive email marketing automation campaigns – CU Journal

star3 Multiple security firms recently identified cryptocurrency mining service Coinhive as the top malicious threat to web users – KrebsOnSecurity

star3 Citigroup is setting restrictions on the sale of firearms by its business customers, making it the first Wall Street bank to take a stance on the gun control debate – New York Times

star3 Overdraft services continue to trip up financial institutions – New York’s State of Mind

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