Straight to The Point: October 30, 2018


star3 As a reminder, young credit union professionals from throughout New York can register for the New York Credit Union Association’s 2018 Young Professional Education Summit, Nov. 14-15, in Rochester – The Point

star3 The Erie-Niagara Chapter will host their annual Holiday Charity Gala at Samuel’s Grande Manor in Williamsville on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The gala will benefit St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy – The Point

star3 The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council will host a complimentary webinar tomorrow, Oct. 31, at 2:30 p.m. that will provide an overview of the FFIEC’s Cybersecurity Resources Guide – The Point

star3 Despite widespread economic and business optimism among small business owners, many are feeling underappreciated by their banksCUToday

star3 U.S. auto sales fell slightly in October from a year earlier, when replacement demand following hurricanes Harvey and Irma boosted business Reuters

star3 The CFPB said that it will propose changes in January to the underwriting provisions of the agency’s rules for payday lenders CU Journal

star3 Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas and chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, ruled out taking action on additional tax-reform measures until next year – The Hill

star3 In yet another sign that legal marijuana is moving toward the mainstream, Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, D-Manhattan, introduced a bill that would require public health plans in the state, including Medicaid, to cover the drugTimes Union

star3 The blog discusses the CFPB’s remittance transfer rule and focuses on the impact that it has had on credit unionsNew York’s State of Mind







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