Join us, won't you? Oct. 21-23, New Orleans!

The NASCUS State System Summit is the ONLY annual event for the nation's state credit union system!

Our program includes:

  • Nearly 20 speakers covering a wide range of regulatory, technological, legislative and legal topics;
  • Nine hours of general sessions;
  • Seven issues briefings and dialogs;
  • Six separate breakout sessions over nine hours.

Our general sessions highlight :

  • An inside look at authentication through biometrics;
  • The latest on cybersecurity developments;
  • The outlook for payday lending programs;
  • Field of membership and the path forward;

Our breakout sessions focus on:

  • Making Big Data Smaller
  • Disparate impact
  • CFPB outlook
  • Lending efficiencies through technology
  • Protecting data
  • Ensuring BSA compliance with vendors

... and much more!

Be sure to register today for this exciting opportunity to take part in educational workshops, insightful discussions and networking events geared specifically toward CEOs, state regulators and industry leaders!


NASCUS members: $1,095
Non-member rate: $1,395
Guest Fee: $500.00

Look who has registered so far!

For more information, contact NASCUS Vice President of Education Isaida Woo, at, or call 703-528-8351.

Additional Information

Cancellation Policy
A cancellation received in writing by 5 p.m. Eastern Time on or three weeks prior to the event will be refunded, minus a $75 processing fee. No refunds will be issued thereafter; substitutions of participants will be allowed. To change or cancel your registration, email In the event that NASCUS cancels the event, all payments will be refunded.

Course Update Policy

All NASCUS training is developed by subject matter experts. Courses contain the most recent information and are updated regularly as issues evolve. However, the information contained in NASCUS programs and materials does NOT represent legal advice and is in no way is intended to represent a formal determination made by any regulatory agency on any specific matter. Seek legal counsel or formal supervisory determination to guide any course of action.

Contact Information

For more information, please call the NASCUS Education Department at (703) 528-0796.