Straight to The Point: October 29, 2018


star3 The New York Credit Union Association’s 2018 CEO Roundtable (Up to $100M in Assets) took place last week in Syracuse. The event featured both guided and open dialogue, and ample opportunity for credit union CEOs to network with peers in their asset category – The Point

star3 Credit unions and chapters can still offer college scholarships to deserving young members; Scholarship Program applications will be accepted until this Friday – The Point

star3 Registration is open for the Metropolitan Chapter’s 2018 Joy Cousminer workshop, which will be held this Saturday, Nov. 3, in New York City – The Point

star3 The competitive landscape is always changing in the credit union world, but a recent move by the Office of Comptroller of the Currency could add a lot of territory to that landscapeCU Times

star3 Usage of mobile banking apps by consumers has seen its biggest year-over-year gain in three years, according to new dataCUToday

star3 Al Kelly, CEO of Visa, does not think cryptocurrencies are a threat to its business and is ready to implement systems that support it if it becomes more mainstreamPYMNTS

star3 U.S. economic growth slowed to 3.5 percent in the three months through September, according to estimates Reuters

star3 With state Sen. John DeFrancisco retiring, Democrats are seeking to take control of a seat that has been Republican for yearsCity & State

star3 The Trump administration signaled a plan to issue new regulations setting the minimum salary level for employees to qualify for the so-called “white-collar exemption” from overtime rules mandated under the Fair Labor Standards ActNew York’s State of Mind








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