About NASCUS

NASCUS, the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors, is the national association that advocates for a strong and healthy state credit union system, and whose members include state regulatory agencies, credit unions, credit union leagues, and organizations that support the state credit union system. The NASCUS mission is to enhance state credit union supervision and advocate for a safe and sound credit union system.

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Our Foundation

NISCUE is NASCUS’ educational foundation. Promoting excellence in supervisory oversight, NISCUE provides continuing education programs for state credit union examiners, information on compliance issues and updates on changing industry trends
Our Members

Our Members

NASCUS membership is comprised of state credit union regulators, credit unions and associate members. A key benefit of NASCUS membership is access to a mutual dialogue exchange between critical stakeholders.
Our Leadership

Our Leadership

NASCUS' joint leadership consists of a Regulator Board of Directors and Credit Union Advisory Council.
  • CUSO Challenge

    CUSO Challenge

    NASCUS has partnered with the National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO) and Variable Ventures to further solutions that result in a positive impact for the credit union industry. Purpose...
  • NASCUS Committees

    NASCUS Committees

    Committees NASCUS Committees advise Joint Leadership on policies impacting the state credit union system. NASCUS Audit Committee Committee Mission: The Audit Committee mission is to perform oversight review of all...
  • Pierre Jay Award

    Pierre Jay Award

    The NASCUS Pierre Jay Award honors those who have demonstrated outstanding service, leadership and commitment to NASCUS and the state system.
  • NASCUS Team Members

    NASCUS Team Members

    The NASCUS staff work diligently to strengthen and protect the state credit union system.