ARLINGTON, Va. (8/12/10)--The state credit union system’s leaders, state and federal regulators and dual-chartering supporters will join the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) for its annual State System Summit, Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 in San Antonio. The event’s educational sessions will feature system leaders discussing key issues that must be addressed to preserve and strengthen state credit unions, NASCUS said. General session and workshop agenda items scheduled include:
* What’s Next for Credit Union Share Insurance?--John Annaloro, Washington Credit Union League, president; * National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Outlook for 2011--Debbie Matz, NCUA chairman; * The Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) Outlook for 2011--Bill Cheney, CUNA president/CEO; * Economic Update and the Emerging Risks Facing Credit Unions--Jeff Post, CUNA Mutual Group CEO; * State Credit Union Innovation--Royal CU’s Purchase of Bank Branches--Charles Grossklaus, CEO of Royal CU, Eau Claire, Wis., and Suzanne Cowan, director, Wisconsin Office of Credit Unions; and * The Emerging Regulatory Giant--What Regulatory Reform Means for State Credit Unions and State Authority--Bruce Jolly, NASCUS outside counsel.
NCUA national and regional staff will join NASCUS state regulators for the NASCUS/NCUA Interagency Dialogue Oct 1. For credit union attendees, the annual “State Credit Union Issues Briefing” will provide a forum for discussion on the latest credit union challenges, including the search for income and the changing nature of credit union service organizations. Also, NASCUS’ Directors College will take place Sept. 29. For more information, use the link.