NASCUS Highlighting Director Compensation, the Future of Regulatory Capital and Technology Risks at this Year's NASCUS Summit in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, September 18-20

July 19The state credit union system's leaders, state and federal regulators and dual chartering supporters will join NASCUS for its annual State System Summit September 18-20 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

One issue attendees will dive deep into during the Summit is whether credit unions should compensate Directors. The credit union system has not reached consensus on this issue. That some states allow director compensation, however, highlights the diversity and innovation that are particular strengths of the credit union movement. During this Sept. 20 session, credit union system leaders will come together to discuss director compensation as well as lessons learned from state credit unions that choose to compensate directors. Speakers include Troy Stang, President and CEO of the Northwest Credit Union Association, Fred Robinson, President and CEO of the Tennessee Credit Union League and Jeff Dahlstrom of Southeast Financial Credit Union in Tennessee.

General session and workshops scheduled to date also include:
•NCUA Outlook for 2013: Debbie Matz, NCUA Chairman
•Working Together to Fight Fraud: Jeff Post, CUNA Mutual Group
•Working Together on System Priorities: NAFCU President/CEO Dan Berger, CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney, and NASCUS President/CEO Mary Martha Fortney
•The Future of Regulatory Capital: Michael Scanlon, K&L Gates and NCUA

Further, the NCUA's national and regional staff will join NASCUS state regulators for the NASCUS/NCUA Interagency Dialogue on Thursday, Sept. 19. For credit union attendees, the annual "State Credit Union Issues Briefing" will provide a forum for discussion on the latest credit union challenges. To see the full agenda and register, visit and click on the Summit banner.

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