ARLINGTON, Va.--NASCUS announced a couple of additions today to the speakers scheduled for its Aug. 9-11 State System Summit in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Capital expert Dr. William Jackson, Professor of Finance and Management at the University of Alabama, will discuss the pros and cons of capital reform.
A panel of credit union organization elected leaders was added to the agency to analyze how credit unions can continue to play an important role in Americans' finances. The panel will be comprised of NASCUS Chairman-elect George Reynolds, senior deputy commissioner of the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance; NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council Chairman Mendell Thompson, president/CEO of America's Christian Credit Union, Glendora, Calif.; CUNA Chairman Allan Kemp McMorris, president/CEO of Oakland County Credit Union, Waterford, Mich.; NAFCU Chairman John Milazzo, president/CEO of Campus FCU, Baton Rouge, LA; and American Association of Credit Union Leagues Chairman Rick Pillow, president of the Virginia Credit Union League.
Other issues to be addressed at the Summit include increasingly complex balance sheets; legal challenges; capital reform; small credit union issues; Check 21; technology; federal preemption; and the unrelated business income tax, among other things.