Straight to The Point: November 8, 2018

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star3 The New York Credit Union Association is seeking feedback on credit unions’ state-level legislative priorities – The Point

star3 CUNA Strategic Services will host a complimentary webinar Tuesday, Nov. 13, that will explore how CU RateReset is transforming the mortgage and auto loan industry with their retention, acquisition and recapture solutionsThe Point

star3 Bethpage FCU ranked as the Top Long Island Workplace for 2018 in a recent Newsday poll, and was also given the “Clued in Senior Management Award,” recognizing how senior managers understand the happenings at the credit unionThe Point

star3 U.S. mortgage applications fell last week to the lowest level in almost four years as borrowing costs hit the highest since 2010, adding to challenges for the housing market – Bloomberg

star3 A new report from the U.S. Treasury indicates that the IRS’ Bank Secrecy Act program has had minimal impact on compliance – CUToday

star3 Total credit union membership grew to 117.9 million in September, according to CUNA’s Monthly Credit Union EstimatesCUNA

star3 The midterm elections Tuesday night upended the power dynamic in the nation’s capital, with Democrats seizing control of the House. The net result of that for financial institutions will likely be very little change in regulatory or legislative policy CU Journal

star3 The frequency of SIM swapping attacks is off the charts right now despite only a few dozen individuals responsible for perpetrating most of these heists – KrebsOnSecurity

star3 The blog discusses this week’s midterm elections, including what the Democrats controlling the New York state Senate for the first time in a decade means for New York credit unions – New York’s State of Mind

 

 

 

 

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