Straight to The Point: June 28, 2018


star3 The New York Credit Union Association offers more than a dozen educational sessions each year designed specifically for credit union professionals and volunteers. Several events are fast approaching – The Point 

star3 Low-income credit unions interested in applying for Community Development Grants from NCUA can begin submitting applications July 1 – The Point

star3 The National Credit Union Foundation is seeking proposals from credit unions interested in working with the Center for Financial Services Innovation to develop financial health-related performance indicators – National Foundation

star3 The House has passed a bill containing a provision that delays implementation of NCUA’s risk-based capital rule until Jan. 1, 2021 – CUToday

star3 District court judges in Ohio and Alabama have thrown out lawsuits against a pair of credit unions whose websites allegedly violated the Americans with Disabilities Act, adding to a string of dismissals of similar cases – CU Times

star3 Rising home values and interest rates have more homeowners turning to home equity products to meet their personal funding needs. Here’s a look at the seven most popular uses for tapping into home equity – CUJournal

star3 With leadership of the CFPB already facing plenty of uncertainty, an emerging court decision could further upend the calculus of who runs the agency – American Banker

star3 One of the state’s largest labor unions announced that they are endorsing the governor’s bid for a third term in office – Times Union

star3 Rep. Joe Crowley’s defeat at the hands of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wasn’t supposed to happen in New York, where Crowley is considered a perennial powerbroker within the state Democratic Party – New York’s State of Mind

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