Straight to The Point: August 9, 2018


star3 Individuals interested in becoming a trainer for the National Endowment for Financial Education High School Financial Planning Program can attend a “master session” Aug. 14 at the East Side Business Center in Syracuse – NYCUA

star3 The New York Credit Union Association’s Metropolitan Chapter is hosting a credit union day next Thursday, Aug. 16, at Yankee StadiumThe Point

star3 The Association and the American Institute for Economic Research will host a complimentary webinar Aug. 16 at 11 a.m. that will provide an overview of the current economic conditions in the U.S. and New York – NYCUA

star3 NCUA approved 14 mergers in June, bringing the total number of consolidations for the first half of the year to 87, down from the 95 approved mergers by the end of the first six months in 2017 – CU Times

star3 Rep. Chris Collins, R-27, yesterday was charged with securities fraud, wire fraud and other counts – Buffalo News

star3 U.S. consumer debt rose less than estimated in June, as revolving debt outstanding fell for the second time in four months, Federal Reserve figures showed – Bloomberg

star3 The Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy wrote to the Federal Communications Commission sharing credit union concerns with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act – CUNA

star3 NCUA announced it was filing seven administrative charges against Melrose CU’s former CEO and Treasurer Alan Kaufman, and credit union leaders would be wise to review the substance of the allegationsNew York’s State of Mind




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