(Aug. 6, 2021) Three key and “must attend” events for many in the state system are just days ahead. Here’s a rundown of the NASCUS-sponsored sessions, by their respective dates:
- Aug. 12 (Thursday) — NASCUS 101: The latest episode in this popular series covers, in just 30 minutes, NASCUS legislative and regulatory (L&R) resources, educational offerings and webinars, member engagement, as well as news and data. Additionally, the program shows members how to volunteer for a committee or working group, personalize member communications and sign up for regulatory and security alerts – as well as how to connect with other members to exchange ideas and collaborate. Also highlighted during the session: NASCUS’ latest product, Campus 365 (powered by BAI), which helps members hone their compliance and professional skills training, and more. The bi-monthly series — free and open to all NASCUS members — illustrates how collaboration among all 45 regulatory agency members, committees, credit unions, leagues, corporates, trade associations, and CUSOs can support the credit union system. NASCUS 101 is also scheduled for Oct. 14 and Dec. 9.
- Aug. 16 – KY Examiner School (open to all examiners): State credit union examiners from are invited to this session, developed to help examiners build skill sets and enhance their knowledge around a core area of topics. The virtual program starts 9 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m., ET. Among the scheduled speakers are Mark DeBree, managing principal, and Aaron Martini, director ALM services, both of Catalyst Strategic Solutions; Rayleen Pirnie, NEACH; Glory LeDu, president, LeagueInfoSight LLC; Kevin Chiappetta, president, QuantyPhi; and Brian Knight, NASCUS executive vice president and general counsel.
- Aug. 17-18 – 2021 NASCUS State System Summit (S3): NASCUS’ flagship event of 2021 (presented virtually) is a unique event which brings together credit union regulators and practitioners for a mutual exchange of dialog, problem-solving, and shared resources within the system. Key sessions scheduled at the two-day event include: Employment Trends: What is the New Reality?; The Changing World of Real Estate and Mortgage Lending; The Economic Landscape: 2021 and Beyond; Appraisal Industry in Conflict: Implications for Credit Unions. Also on the agenda: A “state of the state system” address by NASCUS President and CEO Lucy Ito, and comments from NASCUS state regulatory and credit union leadership.