NASCUS is the only organization exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing a strong state credit union system. Established in 1965, state credit union regulators formed NASCUS to promote the safety and soundness of state-chartered credit unions.
An enterprise risk management (ERM) program is more than a collection of organizational functions. Join NASCUS for an informative discussion on how ERM integrates all credit union risk efforts under one set of common definitions, process framework and system solutions.Webinar will be facilitated by Ann Davidson from CUNA Mutual Group. Find out more and register here.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) formed a working group yesterday to further promote coordination across the federal and state banking regulatory agencies on critical infrastructure and cybersecurity issues.
The Wisconsin Office of Credit Unions, NASCUS, and the Wisconsin Credit Union League encourage all credit union board members, supervisory committee members and other volunteers along with credit union management to attend this important one-day educational event on Tuesday, June 18 at Empower Credit Union in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.The day includes many interactive sessions intended to enhance credit union volunteers' knowledge on current best practices in credit union governance, compliance and operations from the regulatory perspective.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and NASCUS on Monday signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to build on the foundation of state and CFPB coordination and cooperation for the supervision of state chartered credit unions.
NASCUS is pleased the President intends to nominate former Oregon State Senator Rick Metsger to serve on the NCUA Board. Certainly, his experience as a State Senator and as Vice Chairman of Portland Teachers Credit Union (now OnPoint Community Credit Union) will serve the credit union system and the NCUA well.
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) maintains a rolling review schedule that identifies one-third of NCUA’s existing regulations for review each year and provides notice to the public of those regulations under review so the public may have an opportunity to comment. You can find list of rules under review and NCUA’s request for public comment here.