Straight to The Point: November 28, 2018


star3 Credit union advocates and attendees are encouraged to secure early lodging accommodations for the 2019 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, scheduled for March 10-14, in Washington, D.C. – The Point 

star3 Registration is 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 The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council emphasized risk-focused supervision in the second update on its Examination Modernization Project – The Point

star3 The Senate could vote on Kathy Kraninger’s nomination to lead the CFPB as early as this week. Most experts believe she will continue to lead in a similar style to current Acting Director Mick Mulvaney, but her exact views about the bureau are still a mysteryCU Journal

star3 Vendor consolidation, cloud delivery and artificial intelligence can significantly help deliver cost-saving strategies for small and midsized financial institutionsCU Times

star3 The Federal Communications Commission will vote on issuing a rulemaking to create a single, comprehensive reassigned numbers database to aid in the elimination of illegal robocallsCUToday

star3 Students are graduating college with a dangerous amount of debt and consumer advocates want New York state to step upTimes Union

star3 A bill in the New York City Council would prohibit restaurants and retailers from refusing cash – Politico New York

star3 The blog touches on a hodgepodge of topics, including the FFIEC’s recent update to its Examination Modernization ProjectNew York’s State of Mind







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