Straight to The Point: October 3, 2018


star3 NCUA Chairman J. Mark McWatters told a Senate committee that Congress could bolster consumer access and better protect credit unions and members by making a number of legislative changes – The Point

star3 As a reminder, OwnersChoice Funding will host its first ever Mortgage School on Wednesday, Oct. 24, for credit union staff and employees that need an introductory or refresher course on the mortgage industry – The Point

star3 Registration is open for the 2019 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, scheduled for March 10-14, in Washington, D.C. – The Point

star3 With partisan control of Congress uncertain as the midterm election approaches, CUNA announced that it and state credit union leagues intend to spend $7 million supporting candidates–the most it has ever spent in a single election CU Times

star3 A top political appointee at the CFPB sought to defend himself over his incendiary writings 14 years ago that have caused an uproar at the agencyCU Journal

star3 Major automakers posted a hefty drop in U.S. new vehicles sales for September, caused in part by a drop in sales in areas hit by Hurricane FlorenceReuters

star3 About half of young Americans expect they will be wealthier than their parents, according to a new poll The Hill

star3 Fintechs are not just gaining ground in the U.S.; they are gaining share in Europe, too, as more consumers get comfortable with using online-only financial institutionsCUToday







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