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NASCUS continues regional regulators meeting
ARLINGTON, Va. (1/12/10)--The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) continues its regional regulator meeting series this week in Atlanta and San Francisco. The series, which began in November in Northeastern states, involves small group discussion on critical issues affecting state-chartered credit unions. NASCUS met Monday in Atlanta, and will meet Wednesday in San Francisco. Regulators from 12 Southeast, West and Northwest states will attend. “Given the complexity of the regulatory and legislative landscape, providing opportunities for our members to gather in small group settings is incredibly valuable to our state regulators, but also for NASCUS as we represent state regulators’ interests in Washington, D.C.,” said NASCUS President/CEO Mary Martha Fortney. The series started in 2005. State regulators also will meet at the National Credit Union Administration/NASCUS State Regulators National Meeting March 7-9 and at the NASCUS System State Summit Sept. 30-Oct. 2.


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