Straight to The Point: June 7, 2018

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star3 Hundreds of credit union leaders, volunteers, employees, vendors and industry professionals are making their way to Saratoga Springs today for the start of the New York Credit Union Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting & Convention – The Point

star3 Credit unions that received an Economic Census are required to complete the census by June 12 – The Point

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

star3 Young members deposited more than $15 million in their accounts in April during National Credit Union Youth Month’s savings challenge – CUNA

star3 The 14 credit unions that acquired 16 banks since 2012 had somewhat stronger financial metrics than comparable-sized credit unions by the end of 2017 – CU Times

star3 All of the candidates who had the backing of credit unions in the primaries in eight states either won their races or are now headed to a runoff – CUToday

star3 The state Senate is in a state of gridlock and dysfunction – Times Union

star3 The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency began a broad examination of more than 40 banks after it was revealed that employees at Wells Fargo had opened millions of fake accounts in an effort to meet aggressive sales goals – American Banker

star3 Blockchain will change everything – maybe not today or tomorrow, but someday, and for the rest of your life – New York’s State of Mind

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