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NASCUS to hold summit in Seattle
ARLINGTON, Va. (3/27/08)--The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) has announced the agenda for its annual NASCUS State System Summit Aug. 21-23 in Seattle. Joining the speaker lineup will be Idaho state regulator Gavin Gee and Bryan Sims, founder/CEO of brass/MEDIA Inc., Corvallis, Ore. Gee, director of the Idaho Department of Finance, will speak about the "State Regulatory Mortgage Project: A Step Toward a Solution to the Mortgage Crisis." State mortgage regulators have worked since 2004 to develop a nationwide licensing system for the residential mortgage industry. Gee will provide an update on the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS), a Web-based system. "Generation Y…and Why Your Credit Union Can't Afford to Miss Them" will be addressed by Sims. The session will discuss the ins and outs of how credit unions can reach young adult members by understanding the way they think. For the full agenda, visit the resource link.
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