Straight to The Point: July 17, 2018

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star3 The complexity of the lending landscape now goes beyond traditional credit risk and requires credit unions to consider a number of other risk factors, according to CUNA Mutual Group – The Point

star3 Individuals can learn more about how share insurance works during two NCUA webinars, the first of which will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow, July 18 – NCUA

star3 There is still time to register for the New York Credit Union Association’s 2018 Basic Accounting Workshops. The first session will take place in Buffalo on July 24, and the second session will be held in Syracuse on July 25 – The Point

star3 Responding to a letter from Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, IRS Acting Director David Kautter dodged the issue of whether the agency should require federal credit unions to file informational tax returns – CU Times

star3 The CFPB is prioritizing the supervision of credit reporting agencies, a bureau representative told the Senate banking committee – CUToday

star3 Bitcoin was the currency of choice among the Russian intelligence officers indicted for hacking offenses related to the 2016 presidential campaign, and many of their transactions were processed by U.S. companies – American Banker

star3 Andrew Cuomo took a step toward voicing full-throated support for legal recreational marijuana, embracing elements of a state Health Department report that favored legalization – New York Times

star3 Using a password manager is the most important and effective way to improve an individual’s online security – Washington Post

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