Straight to The Point: July 20, 2018

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star3 The 2018 Tech Forward Conference will explore the newest and emerging technologies impacting New York’s credit unions. The conference will be held Oct. 11-12 at the Desmond Hotel in Albany, and registration is now open – NYCUA

star3 Since January, the New York Credit Union Foundation has awarded nearly $45,000 in grants to New York credit unions and credit union professionals – 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 Kathy Kraninger, President Donald Trump’s choice to lead the CFPB, survived aggressive questioning by lawmakers on Thursday and looked on track to secure a confirmation vote Reuters

star3 It’s not uncommon for students to graduate from college with debt, but parents are borrowing more money than their kids to cover tuition bills – Motley Fool

star3 Total retail sales rose 0.5 percent in June – the fifth consecutive month of growth – led by auto dealers and gas stations – CUToday

star3 ATMs in the CO-OP Financial Services network could soon allow members to get cash without inserting a plastic card – CU Times

star3 For the first time since 2010, the state Democratic Senate Campaign Committee outpaced the state Senate Republican Campaign Committee in fundraising – Times Union

star3 In a big victory for credit unions, the state Department of Financial Services finalized its regulations imposing a “best interest” obligation on a broad range of insurance products but exempted credit life and disability – New York’s State of Mind

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