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NASCUS 2009 Summit set for Boston in August
ARLINGTON, Va. (2/20/09)--The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the state credit union charter at its annual State System Summit in Boston Aug. 20-22. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Board Member Tom Curry, National Credit Union Administration Board Member and NASCUS liaison Gigi Hyland, and Chip Filson of Callahan and Associates are among the event's confirmed speakers. As the nation faces an unprecedented economic environment, the NASCUS summit will offer system-wide collaboration on how state credit unions can continue to provide financial health solutions for the next 100 years and beyond. “For the past 100 years, beginning in Massachusetts in April 1909, state regulators and credit unions have worked together to develop innovative, safe and sound financial services for credit union members,” said Mary Martha Fortney, NASCUS president/ CEO. “We take great pride in this 100th anniversary and look forward to beginning the second century of a strong state credit union system.” Attendees who register early for NASCUS’ 2009 Summit can receive an “Early Bird” rate. Additional savings are available when three or more attendees are from a single organization. For more information, use the link.
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