ARLINGTON, Va. (8/22/11)--The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) will host its annual gathering of the state credit union system, the State System Summit, in Chicago Sept. 14-16. This year’s event is a forum for collaboration on economic, regulatory, legislative and examination issues facing the state credit union system. The agenda features state and federal regulators, policymakers, credit union leaders and other system experts discussing how state credit unions can thrive in the challenging regulatory and legislative climate. Some of the topics and presenters summit include:
* “Issues and Priorities of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB),” former Massachusetts banking commissioner Steve Antonakes; * “National View of Systemic Risk,” Bill Haraf, commissioner of the California Department of Financial Institutions; * “Two Points of View: Supervising State Banks and CUs, Dual Regulators Share Perspectives on Economic Recovery,” a panel including state regulators Gavin Gee (Idaho), Ed Leary (Utah) and Janet Powell (Oregon); * “The State of the Credit Union Examination,” an interactive discussion featuring state regulators, league executives and credit union CEO, including Roger Little, past NASCUS chairman and retired Michigan regulator; Stacy Augustine, Northwest Credit Union Association; and others to be announced; * “National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Outlook for 2012,” NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz; * “How Credit Unions are Performing in Today’s Challenging Economy,” Jeff Post, CUNA Mutual Group; * “Report from the NCUA Inspector General,” Bill DeSarno, inspector general, NCUA; * “Prompt Corrective Action Implications for Credit Union Capital,” Clifford Rossi, Tyser Teaching Fellow and executive-in-residence, Center for Financial Policy, University of Maryland; and * “Critical Compliance Update, Compliance,” Bill Klewin, associate general counsel, CUNA Mutual.
Also, NCUA national and regional staff will join NASCUS regulators for the NASCUS/NCUA Interagency Dialogue on Sept 16. For credit union attendees, the annual “State Credit Union Issues Briefing” on Sept. 16 will provide a forum for discussion on the latest credit union challenges. NASCUS’ Directors College also will take place Sept. 16. Registration is on the NASCUS website.