Join NASCUS in San Antonio for the State System Summit - Sept. 30-Oct. 2 - Room Block Closing Soon

Sept. 2, 2010 — The NASCUS State System Summit is right around the corner - Sept. 30- Oct. 2, in San Antonio, Texas. Don't miss your opportunity to network at and participate in the only national gathering focused on strengthening state credit unions and state credit union regulatory authority.

Click here to register. Please note that our room block expires September 7, but may sell out before that date. We urge you to make your lodging reservations as soon as possible by calling 1-800-648-4462 and asking for the NASCUS room block at the San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk Hotel.

The Summit features some of the most influential leaders in the credit union system discussing today's most pressing regulatory and operational challenges impacting credit unions. To see the full agenda, click here. To see who is attending, click here.

During our NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council Issues Briefing on Oct. 1, Bruce Jolly, partner at Reed & Jolly, PLLC, and Dick Ensweiler, President and CEO of the Texas Credit Union League, will discuss "The Search for Credit Union Income: Opportunities and Pitfalls." During this session, Mr. Jolly and Mr. Ensweiler will ask us to think about how credit unions can remain healthy in today's economic and regulatory climate, without risking the credit union reputation.

Following this presentation, Guy Messick will update attendees on the role of CUSOS, and Steve Gibbs, Assistant Vice President of Shared Compliance Resources with the Texas Credit Union League, will detail the hottest examination issues facing credit unions today. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) will close the session with updates on Bank Secrecy Act compliance and their priorities for the next year.

In addition, we've added a bonus session on Saturday, October 2 at 7:15 a.m. Kate Hartig of NASCUS and Rick Grady of the Texas Credit Union League will discuss strategies for crisis communications, tips for working with reporters and how to effectively leverage your public relations efforts.

If you have any questions, please contact Isaida Woo at or by phone at (703) 528-0796.