Welcome to NASCUS

As the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS), we advance credit union legislation, regulation, and supervision to promote a resilient state-chartered cooperative credit union system through regulator and credit union collaboration.
With a NASCUS membership, you are not just sitting at the table; you are an integral part of the conversation. Together, we are people helping people. Join us in 2024 as we continue impacting lives and communities nationwide.
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This event is exclusively for state regulators, creates a forum for open dialogue on best practices, discussions around common challenges, and a platform to exchange ideas with state credit union supervisors from across the country.
This annual event has been specifically designed to cater to credit union volunteers, dedicated staff, and forward-thinking management teams, providing them with a valuable platform to remain well-informed about the ever-evolving landscape of industry issues.
Alerts, blog posts, reports, and summaries on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rules / policies impacting the financial services industry and protect consumers from unfair, deceptive, or abusive practices.
National Credit Union Administration is an independent federal agency that insures deposits at federally insured credit unions, protects the members who own credit unions, and charters and regulates federal credit unions.


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. 

Upcoming Events

Our mission is to forge a vibrant dual charter system by promoting a relevant, growth-oriented, and healthy state charter option.