Straight to The Point: May 21


star3 The state Department of Financial Services is studying the practices, economic impact and operations of online lending in New York, and the department is seeking feedback from all relevant stakeholders, including credit unions – The Point

star3 Credit unions, individuals and other organizations still have time to support the credit union movement at the 2018 Annual Meeting & Convention – The Point

star3 Voting is underway for the Association’s contested board seat – The Point

star3 The House Financial Services Committee is expected to mark up a bill that would delay NCUA’s risk-based capital rule by two years – CUNA

star3 In today’s digital age, credit unions don’t necessarily have to meet new members face-to-face in order to thrive – CU Times

star3 Mastercard announced its biometric card earlier this year, and the company has developed a way for users to register their fingerprints from home – CUToday

star3 JPMorgan is the latest Wall Street institution to dip its toes into cryptocurrencies – Fortune

star3 Digital escrow services are seeking to alleviate some of the common payment pain-points for freelance workers and the companies that hire them – PYMNTS

star3 FinCEN has issued a temporary exemption from the beneficial owner rules for rollover products, such as share certificates – New York’s State of Mind

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