(Feb. 5, 2021) Two NASCUS events are on the horizon for March, and now’s the time to register to ensure participation in either (or both, in some cases).
On March 16, NASCUS hosts – in conjunction with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions and The Wisconsin Credit Union League – the Wisconsin Executive Forum. It focuses on issues of interest to credit union board members and management. The three-hour, virtual meeting features an update on national issues and developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic (from NASCUS EVP and General Counsel Brian Knight), an overview of duties, liabilities and protections of credit union directors (from Wisconsin Credit Union League Director of Legal Affairs John C. Engel), and succession and strategic planning (from lawyer David Reed, partner in Reed and Jolly, PLLC).
The event runs from 9 a.m. to noon CT.
On March 17 and 18, NASCUS hosts the regulator-only National Meeting of state credit union supervisors. The event for top state regulators (also a virtual event) takes a close look at key issues and gives the supervisors a forum to discuss common challenges, and exchange ideas in a confidential setting. Among the issues likely up for discussion: climate change as a safety and soundness issue, the future of payment systems, and issues of interest with NCUA.
Agendas and registration for both events is posted on the NASCUS website.