Please note NASCUS is offering a fourth attendee free registration if you register three attendees for the entire event!
For the fourth year, NASCUS, the North Carolina Credit Union League and the North Carolina Credit Union Division encourage state credit union board members to join us for this event geared toward enhancing directors’ understanding of the critical statutory, fiduciary and regulatory responsibilities of a director.
This year we are pleased to offer a day and a half of top notch programming that will give North Carolina volunteers a deeper understanding of the regulatory challenges facing their credit unions and themselves as board or committee members.
During the afternoon of May 15, attendees will become familiar with today's compliance basics with NASCUS' SVP of Regulatory Affairs and General Counsel Brian Knight. In addition, Lisa Boylen of First Carolina Corporate will present a session on the credit union financial statement. This half-day is geared toward those volunteers who haven't attended a prior NASCUS Directors College or for those who would like a refresher on past sessions. All are welcome to this half-day session on May 15.
On May 16, some of North Carolina's renowned speakers will be on hand to bring all attendees up to speed on the issues impacting North Carolina consumers, credit unions and credit union volunteers. Dr. Michael Walden of North Carolina State University will kick off the day with an overview of the national and local economy. Phil Johnston of the Center for Board Excellence will detail best practices in credit union governance and Frank Drake will present a session on today's critical issues facing credit unions. Administrator Jerrie Jay will close the day with an open forum and question and answer session.
Early bird registration for the entire event (sessions on May 15 and 16) is $199. Registration to attend May 15 only is $69. Registration to attend May 16 only is $169. These rates expire April 29. After this date, all rates increase by $30. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For lodging, attendees may book their reservations by calling the hotel direct at 704 455 8200 and speaking to the reservations departmentor visiting www.embassysuitesconcord.com and entering the Group/Convention Code: CUS. The rate is $129 and expires on Friday, April 20.