Straight to The Point: May 17

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star3 Several Recognition Awards will be presented to New York credit union leaders during the New York Credit Union Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting & Convention. Today’s featured award is the Outstanding Volunteer Award, which recognizes volunteers who exemplify commitment to their credit unions and consistently embody the “people helping people” philosophy – The Point

star3 The Association has unveiled a new benefit of membership: HR Suite, which provides credit unions with a centrally administered, customizable online HR policy manual and employee handbook, plus a collection of HR management tools – NYCUA

star3 The Rochester Chapter will host its 27th Annual Credit Union Scholarship Golf Tournament on June 27 at the Shadow Lake Golf Club in Penfield – NYCUA

star3 A number of sources have indicated the House leadership said a vote can be expected next week on S. 2155, the Economic, Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act – CUToday

star3 Unauthorized access represented 32 percent of the total breaches in April and was the primary method of breach for the banking, medical and education sectors – CU Times

star3 With the 2018 hurricane season just around the corner, a recent report from the Federal Reserve highlights how much competition credit unions face when it comes to lending to small businesses recovering from natural disasters – CU Journal

star3 Larger credit unions present a formidable challenge for banks in areas such as business lending – American Banker

star3 Mick Mulvaney, the acting director of the CFPB, is seeking to change the bureau’s Qualified Mortgage rule – PYMNTS

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