Straight to The Point: November 19, 2018

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star3 Registration is now open for the 2019 Frontline Compliance Certificate Program, a seven-part webinar series designed to equip frontline credit union staff with the skills and understanding they need to stay in compliance – The Point

star3 With the holiday season approaching, the New York Credit Union Association is reminding credit unions about an important benefit of membership: SpringFour. The tool can be used by credit union staff to connect members who are struggling financially with trusted resources – The Point

star3 Young credit union professionals have until Friday, Nov. 30, to submit applications to apply to ‘crash’ the 2019 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, scheduled March 10-14, in Washington, D.C.The Point

star3 Many credit unions have or are implementing data analytics products, but a survey found 65 percent admit they have neither a roadmap nor a strategy regarding the use of data analyticsCU Times

star3 Two senators are pushing a new bipartisan bill to crack down on illegal robocall scams, raising the maximum civil fine for violators to $10,000 per callThe Hill

star3 U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D. Calif., who will chair the House Financial Services Committee when the new Congress begins in January, said the days of easing banking regulations are overCUToday

star3 As Sears continues to shutter stores across the country, the final credit union chartered to serve employees of the retail giant has also closed its doorsCU Journal

star3 U.S. factory output increased for a fifth straight month in October, shrugging off a sharp decline in motor vehicle production and suggesting underlying strength in factory activityReuters

star3 At the NCUA board meeting last week, the agency proposed a regulatory amendment that will add to the ever-growing list of policies and procedures that credit union volunteers will have to deal withNew York’s State of Mind

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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