Straight to The Point: June 14, 2018


star3 The New York Credit Union Association’s Young Professionals Commission appointed new officers during the Commission’s recent meeting in Saratoga SpringsThe Point

star3 Credit unions can connect with consumers in their communities through Gas Station TV, which offers customizable and localized advertising at hundreds of gas stations throughout New York – The Point

star3 Nominations are open for the National Credit Union Foundation’s 2019 Herb Wegner Memorial Awards, which honor individuals who have dedicated their life to the credit union movement – The Point

star3 The House Financial Services Committee is scheduled to mark up draft legislation that would make several updates to Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering requirements – CUNA

star3 A federal court dealt a blow to efforts by the CFPB to slow down the bureau’s payday lending rule – American Banker

star3 Cash is still king among shoppers, but mobile payment use is poised to explode if consumers can overcome their anxiety about security – CU Times

star3 Rep. Darrell Issa, a Republican from California, is said to be a leading candidate President Donald Trump is considering to name as the new head of the CFPB – Bloomberg

star3 Another study suggests that credit card debt is nearing the unsustainable mark for consumers- CUToday

star3 The sale of medallions in two auctions this week appears to be establishing a market value – New York’s State of Mind


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