Straight to The Point: April 30

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star3 The CFPB last week issued a final rule addressing when a closing disclosure can be used to reset tolerances under the Integrated Disclosure rule – CFPB

star3 Earlier this month, the New York Credit Union Association and eScope Solutions hosted a webinar that highlighted the Association’s new business partnership with the cybersecurity company. The webinar can now be viewed on-demand – NYCUA

star3 CU Direct, a strategic partner of the Association’s, will host a complimentary webinar on vehicle recovery and remarketing at 2 p.m. tomorrow – CU Direct

star3 A coalition of fiscal conservative organizations is urging Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, to follow through on his effort to closely examine the credit union tax exemption – CU Times

star3 Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-Missouri, pledged to pass S.2155 “as quickly as possible,” but some lawmakers are skeptical – CUToday

star3 Speaking to credit union professionals at a conference, the CEO of PayPal warned of looming technological shifts in the financial services industry – CU Journal

star3 The politically divisive firearm debate playing out nationally has become a Catch-22 for financial institutions – American Banker

star3 State Sen. John Bonacic, who represents the Catskill-Hudson Chapter, joined a list of prominent Republicans in the chamber who will not seek re-election – Time Union

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