Last month, the New York Credit Union Association announced plans for International Credit Union Week. As a reminder: The Association plans to hold a rally on the steps of the Capitol on Tuesday, October 17. There, a document and pledge will be unveiled that reaffirms the New York credit union movement’s commitment to their members, communities and philosophy for the next 100 years.
The CFPB yesterday finalized its rule on short-term, small-dollar lending. The regulation is aimed at payday loans, auto title loans, deposit advance products and longer-term loans with balloon payments.
New York Credit Union Association General Counsel Henry Meier testified Thursday before the state Senate Committee on Consumer Protection. During his testimony, Meier called for stringent data security standards for all entities that collect or store personal or financial data.
Staff from the New York Credit Union Association joined advocates from the Adirondack Chapter for a district meeting with Assemblyman Billy Jones. The meeting was held last Thursday, Sept. 21, in Plattsburgh.
The New York Credit Union Association will hold a rally during International Credit Union Week, in an effort to raise credit union awareness. The rally will be held Oct. 17 at 10:30 a.m. at the state Capitol in Albany.
During the event, the Association will unveil a document that reaffirms the New York credit union movement’s commitment to members and their communities.