Straight to The Point: December 6, 2018


star3 The state Department of Financial Services has authorized the state-chartered Signature Bank to offer a new digital payment platform that utilizes blockchain technology – The Point

star3 A Trump administration task force studying the U.S. Postal System has recommended that the system stay out of the banking businessCU Times

star3 New York credit union leaders are encouraged to register for the CU Reality Check event—hosted by the New York Credit Union Association, New Jersey Credit Union League and Pennsylvania Credit Union Association—Feb. 18-20, 2019, in Atlantic City – The Point

star3 Registration is now open for the 2019 Lending School. Once again, the Association will be offering two sessions—one in Albany, the other in Buffalo—on separate dates – The Point

star3 Young credit union professionals from the Catskill-Hudson Chapter will host a networking meet-up on Dec. 13 at the Gilded Otter in New Paltz – The Point

star3 With the approach of the holidays and the 2019 filing season, the Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the nation’s tax industry are warning consumers to stay aware following a surge of new, sophisticated email phishing scamsCUToday

star3 The latest numbers on student loans were all too familiar, with outstanding debt hitting another record and delinquency rates spiking in the third quarter of 2018Bloomberg

star3 Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., the likely chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, is expected to waste no time aggressively scrutinizing the CFPB now run by acting Director Mick MulvaneyCU Journal

star3 The blog discusses the eulogies for President George H.W. Bush, and focuses on how the messages relate to the credit union industryNew York’s State of Mind







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