Straight to The Point: December 28, 2018


star3 Pete Gagliano, the longtime president/CEO of Fairport FCU, will retire at year-end, the credit union recently announced – The Point

star3 According to John M. Floyd & Associates, a well-managed overdraft program can help spread the holiday joy during the holiday season or when unexpected expenses arise throughout the year – The Point

star3 There were over 1,000 data breaches in 2018 alone, and the aftermath of those breaches should still remain a concernCU Times

star3 With a new year approaching, the credit union community is encouraged to support the New York Credit Union Foundation – Foundation

star3 A new report reveals that banks are leading the way when it comes to delivering the best mobile banking apps in the nation – CUToday

star3 In an effort to offer customers an Amazon-like experience, some lenders may be making it too easy for consumers to access financial offerings – American Banker

star3 As a partial shutdown of the U.S. government stretched into its sixth day, the agency that oversees the federal workforce offered advice on staving off creditors to the estimated 800,000 employees who could be affected by a lapse in pay – Reuters

star3 Incoming state Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, D-Westchester-Rockland, is no stranger to standing up to the governor – New York Times


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