Straight to The Point: July 10, 2018


star3 Young professionals from the Catskill-Hudson Chapter will host a networking meet-up July 18 at Pamela’s on the Hudson in Newburgh. The event is open to all New York credit union professionals and volunteers ages 39 or younger – The Point

star3 Registration is open for the 2018 Tri-Chapter Workshop, which will take place Aug. 2-3 at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Niagara Falls – NYCUA

star3 The New York Credit Union Association is seeking feedback on NCUA’s proposed plan to allow credit unions to offer additional types of Payday Alternative Loans – The Point

star3 New Federal Reserve Board rules that took effect July 1 now have many credit unions scrutinizing what’s written on the back of checks – CU Times

star3 Leandra English, who had gone to court to challenge the leadership of the CFPB, will leave the bureau early this week and drop her legal challenge – The Hill  

star3 The U.S. Secret Service is taking a firm stance against so-called privacy coins due to their use for illicit purposes – CUToday 

star3 There is a growing body of data that indicates millennials want to own vehicles and not tie their lives to ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft – PYMNTS

star3 The House returns from its July Fourth recess this week in a state of remarkable uncertainty, with both Democrats and Republicans facing open questions about their leaders’ futures and who will be in control after November’s elections – New York Times

star3 The blog discusses New York state’s strong statement encouraging credit unions and banks to consider providing banking services to marijuana and hemp businesses legally operating under state law – New York’s State of Mind







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