Straight to The Point: April 2


Good morning, happy Monday and welcome to April. The House and Senate will not be in session this week. The state passed its $168 billion budget last week. The New York Credit Union Association is analyzing the budget bills. Here’s what else is happening today:

star3 The New York Credit Union Association and CUNA have released the 2017 Year End Credit Union Profile Report – The Point

star3 The CFPB issued a request for information on the bureau’s guidance and implementation support – The Point

star3 The New York Credit Union Association is seeking feedback from credit union leaders about the economic impact of New York’s credit unions – The Point

star3 Amazon is in discussions with two large banks to offer teenagers—Generation Z—checking and similar products – Bloomberg

star3 Google’s digital assistant can now manage peer-to-peer money transfers using Google Pay on Android and iOS – CUToday

star3 Forty-three percent of Americans have at least $15,000 in credit card debt and 58 percent have hidden their credit card debt from a significant other – CU Times

star3 The Federal Housing Finance Agency won’t be launching its new credit score model until at least 2019 – PYMNTS

star3 Christian credit unions are unique institutions often supported by a faith community, but they face many of the same challenges as secular credit unions – CU Journal

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