Straight to The Point: August 23, 2017

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Good morning. Neither the House nor the Senate are in session today, and there is no legislative or regulatory action slated. Here is what’s happening this Wednesday morning:

star3 The New York Credit Union Association is seeking feedback on NCUA’s proposed plans to fold the Temporary Corporate Stabilization Fund into the Share Insurance Fund – The Point

star3 Registration is now open for the 2017 Volunteer Leadership Conference, scheduled for Oct. 20-21 at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona. The conference includes specialized learning tracks for directors and supervisory committee membersNYCUA

star3 NCUA recently hosted a webinar on the agency’s plan to close the Stabilization Fund. That webinar is now available on-demand – NCUA

star3 New technology will allow the Joyful ATM brand to project 3-D holographic advertisements from as many as 48,000 ATMs throughout the United States – CU Times

star3 One cybersecurity expert says the biggest threat to credit unions are the employees, and it’s time for credit unions to update their policies and procedures – CUToday

star3 Longtime state Assemblyman Herman Farrell, D-Metropolitan and chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, will retire Sept. 5 – Times Union

star3 A group of Republican governors believe CFPB Director Richard Cordray may have violated the Hatch Act by improperly using his office to plot a run for governor of Ohio – The Hill

star3 Hackers are now using cell phone numbers as a way to access the accounts of virtual currency holders – New York Times

star3 A new survey intended to gauge employee sentiment offers a plausible explanation for why we have not seen pressure to increase wages, even as the unemployment rate continues to tumble – New York’s State of Mind

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