(Feb. 26, 2021) Registration for the NASCUS 2021 National Meeting of state regulators, March 17-18, is now open; all top regulators from each state are encouraged to attend.
The annual meeting, for state regulators only, brings together state credit union supervisors from around the country to take a close look at key issues, discuss common challenges, and exchange ideas in the NASCUS-sponsored event.
“The key component of this annual gathering is the dialogue it generates among the state regulators, particularly as they address common challenges and goals for the state credit union system,” said NASCUS’ Lucy Ito. “Each year, with input from the regulators, we assemble a list of topics and ideas that helps the regulators, as a group, determine solutions and paths forward. It’s a dynamic event with an emphasis on results.”
This year’s two-day event, to be held virtually, includes sessions on the future of payment systems, the future of capital in credit unions and the broader system, and; climate change as a safety and soundness issue.
NCUA Board Chairman Todd Harper is also scheduled to address the group and participate in dialogue during an exclusive session.
For more information, including the complete agenda and registration, see the link below.