Straight to The Point: July 2, 2018

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 star3 Credit union professionals and volunteers can learn more about how share insurance works during two upcoming webinars hosted by NCUA – NCUA

star3 The New York Credit Union Association’s Metropolitan Chapter is hosting a credit union day at Yankee Stadium – The Point

star3 CU Direct, a strategic partner of the Association, announced a new partnership with CU Direct Connect, an industry provider of vehicle lending and origination funding platforms – The Point

star3 A senior House Republican urged Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to ensure changes to the postal system explicitly prohibit postal banking – CUToday

star3 A Center for Retirement Research report found that there is a difference in savings rates among graduates with debt and those without – CU Times 

star3 The president’s signature tax reform law muddled this year’s stress test results, causing several banks to incur greater-than-expected losses and spurring the Federal Reserve to constrain capital distributions at a handful of banks – American Banker

star3 PayPal introduced new checkout technology for e-commerce sites that will dynamically present the most relevant payment method for each customer – PYMNTS

star3 Many people proudly declare they avoid using the Web to manage various accounts tied to their personal and financial data, but increasingly, adherents to this mantra are finding out the hard way that they are a target for identity thieves – KrebsOnSecurity

star3 The blog analyzes Visa and MasterCard’s interchange fee settlement, as well as the consent order Equifax entered into with the state Department of Financial Services – New York’s State of Mind

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