Straight to The Point: April 6


Good morning, and happy Friday. The Senate is scheduled to return to session on Monday; the House will return on Tuesday. Here’s what else is happening in the world of credit unions:

star3 The New York Credit Union Association is seeking feedback on NCUA’s potential changes to federal credit union bylaws – The Point

star3 The Association and eScope, a managed security services company and strategic partner of the Association, will host a complimentary webinar April 17 at 10 a.m. The webinar will highlight eScope’s services and their partnership with the Association – NYCUA

star3 Leaders of Association-member credit unions with up to $100 million in assets are encouraged to register for this year’s CEO Roundtable events – The Point

star3 Nearly four out of five bank operations leaders believe their financial institutions might not be around much longer if they don’t update their technology – CU Times

star3 Another lawsuit that alleged a credit union’s website violated the Americans with Disabilities Act has been dismissed – CUToday

star3 For the first time, Americans younger than 35 say they have less consumer confidence than those over the age of 55 – MarketWatch

star3 State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli wrote to nine of the world’s largest financial companies and banks, as well as companies that process electronic payments, warning them about serving the firearms industry – Times Union

star3 The U.S. Secret Service is warning financial institutions about a new scam involving the temporary theft of chip-based debit cards issued to large corporations – KrebsOnSecurity

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