FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 6, 2022
NASCUS Welcomes New Treasurer
ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) is proud to announce Charles A. Vice, who currently serves as Kentucky’s Financial Commissioner and on NASCUS’s Regulatory Board of Directors, has been elected as the organization’s Treasurer. Mr. Vice assumes this role previously held by Texas Credit Union Department Commissioner John Kolhoff.
“NASCUS is a professional organization dedicated to promoting the state credit union system. I am honored to serve on the NASCUS Board with a group of highly respected state regulators, and I look forward to serving NASCUS as the Board Treasurer,” stated Commissioner Vice.
In 2008, Mr. Vice was appointed commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions (DFI). He manages regulatory oversight of state-chartered financial institutions, including examinations, licensing of financial professionals, registration of securities, and enforcement.
As a member of the NASCUS Board of Directors, Mr. Vice participates with a team of fellow state regulators who, along with NASCUS leadership, are tasked with providing strategic oversight and direction for the organization.
“We are honored to have Charles share his many years of experience and success in this expanded role for the organization. His extensive leadership background and ability to cultivate strong stakeholder relationships strengthen our leadership team and the organization as a whole.” said Rose Conner, Chairperson of the Board of Directors and Administrator of the North Carolina Credit Union Division.
“Charles’ expertise and strategic leadership strengthens NASCUS’s operations and helps shape our organization for the future. His insight helps ensure that we remain focused on priorities important to regulators and the credit union industry,” commented Brian Knight, President and CEO of NASCUS. “Additionally, I want to thank John Kolhoff for serving as Treasurer and look forward to his continued support within NASCUS.”
As Commissioner, Vice served in leadership roles with several other national regulatory groups, including the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), State Regulatory Registry LLC Board of Managers, the Education Foundation of State Bank Supervisors, and two Federal Financial Institution Examination Council groups, the Taskforce on Supervision and the State Liaison Committee.
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