Welcome to NASCUS

As the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors, we advance credit union legislation, regulation, and supervision to promote a resilient state-chartered cooperative credit union system through regulator and credit union collaboration.
At the BSA/AML Certification Conference with NASCUS/CUNA, you’ll hone your acumen as a reliable, confident authority on all things relevant to the BSA, culminating in the chance to earn or recertify your Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist (BSACS) designation.
The Rise of the Malicious App; Hill Hearing Debates Innovation and Credit Access Threat Due to Banking Regulation ‘Overreach’; It’s Time to Regulate AI Like Cars and Drugs; Senators Push to Pass Cannabis Banking Bill; and more.
Cybersecurity is a critical issue because it encompasses everything from improving business operations to protecting consumer privacy and staying ahead of network weaknesses. NASCUS is accumulating links and resources to help improve functionality and keep your information safe.
Around the States is a compilation of quarterly data points, state charter benefits, recent credit union news, and financial services policy developments across the nation.
NASCUS leads various committees on policies impacting the state credit union system.
Alerts, blog posts, reports, and summaries on CFPB rules and policies impacting the financial services industry.
Analyses, proposed rules, summaries, and updates on NCUA rules and policies impacting the credit union regulatory industry.

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NASCUS Comment Letters Recently Published
NASCUS Regulatory Summaries Recently Published

Click to read additional summaries and/or comment letters for the NCUA, CFPB, and other federal agencies. (log-in is required to review summaries)

NASCUS Committees
NASCUS creates forums for ongoing dialogue between credit unions, system stakeholders, and regulators. to address the issues and provide innovative solutions to ensure a viable and growth-oriented system. For example, the NASCUS Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Committee holds monthly calls and is comprised of regulators, credit unions, and leagues. This committee develops comment letters, recommends policy positions, and guides legislative activity. Click here to learn more and participate. 
Our mission is to forge a vibrant dual charter system by promoting a relevant, growth-oriented, and healthy state charter option.