Straight to The Point: October 23, 2018

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star3 The 2018 Volunteer Leadership Conference wrapped up in Verona this weekend. The conference included two days of insightful presentations specifically for New York credit union board members and supervisory committee members – The Point

star3 United Nations FCU recently hosted a summit in New York City that focused on how sustainability initiatives can help credit unions drive engagement and organizational growth– The Point

star3 As a reminder, registration is open for the 2019 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, scheduled for March 10-14, in Washington, D.C. – The Point

star3 Most small business owners do not think of themselves as hack targets, but more than half fall victim to a cyberattack, with the average reported cost ranging from $84,000 to $148,000 – CU Times

star3 The Federal Open Market Committee will continue with further gradual increases in the federal funds target rate in order to balance the potential risks of tightening monetary policy too quickly or too slowly – CUToday

star3 Visa announced new product details surrounding digital identity in preparation for a first quarter 2019 launch of Visa B2B Connect – PYMNTS

star3 A record number of U.S. companies are providing their employees with paid time off to vote in next month’s midterm elections, according to a new report – Bloomberg

star3 Democrats have a nine-point lead over Republicans in the battle for congressional control, according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll – The Hill

star3 In early 2019, FICO is rolling out a new scoring system factors in how consumers manage the cash in their checking, savings and money-market accounts – New York’s State of Mind

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