Straight to The Point: June 20, 2018


star3 Enrollment is open for the statewide prize linked saving program, Lucky Savers. Credit unions that are new to the program will need to fully execute a contract and provide all required implementation documents to the Association by Aug. 31 in order to start their program on Oct. 1 – The Point 

star3 Registration is open for CUNA Mutual Group’s annual online Discovery Conference on Aug. 16 – CUNA Mutual Group 

star3 Reminder: Filene and Bethpage FCU will host a complimentary learning session June 26 in New York City that will explore the future of autonomous vehicles – Filene

star3 Rodney Hood’s encore performance on the NCUA board would be a welcome development for many in the credit union community– CU Time 

star3 Credit unions could be facing a wave of class-action suits related to overdraft policies – CUToday 

star3 Kathy Kraninger’s nomination to lead the CFPB is already in trouble – and that may be just fine with the White House – CU Journal

star3 State legislators kept themselves busy, but as the day came to an end, there was no sign that members were close to any agreements on high-profile issues still being negotiated, such as teacher evaluations and speed cameras – Politico

star3 Payments company Square has made several initiatives in the past to expand its presence in the back-office and business-to-business payments space. Now, the company is taking a larger step into the market through a collaboration with Handshake – PYMNTS

star3 Stephanie Miner, the former mayor of Syracuse and a frequent critic of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, will run for governor as an independent – New York Times




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