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NASCUS is the only organization exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing a strong state credit union system. Established in 1965, state credit union regulators formed NASCUS to promote the safety and soundness of state-chartered credit unions.

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UBIT Steering Committee Receives Prestigious NASCUS Pierre Jay Award
September 11, 2014 ā€“
The winner of this year’s prestigious NASCUS Pierre Jay Award is the UBIT Steering Committee which, after nearly 20 years of diligent work, finally saw Internal Revenue Service examiner guidance recognize the broad application of previous court victories, providing concrete guidance for state credit union operations moving forward. READ

Childs and Boesch Continue Service on NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council

September 10, 2014 ā€“
The NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council held its 2014 Annual Meeting on Sept. 10 in Nashville, where two state credit union CEOs began new terms on NASCUSā€™ Credit Union Advisory Council. The credit union membership is governed by the Advisory Council, a group of 12 directors who are credit union executives from around the country. READ

Massachusetts, North Carolina and Wisconsin Regulators Elected to
the NASCUS Board

September 10, 2014 ā€“
At the 2014 NASCUS Annual Meeting on Sept. 10 in Nashville, three NASCUS Board members began new three-year terms. READ

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