ARLINGTON, Va. -- Last week, 38 state agencies and the NCUA met in Tampa, Fla., for the annual NASCUS/NCUA National Regulators Meeting.
NCUA Board Members, regional directors, and senior staff, state regulators and NASCUS management spent three days discussing national policy issues, compliance and examination challenges and the economic outlook for credit unions.
"The annual NASCUS/NCUA National Regulators Meeting is an excellent venue that brings state and federal regulators together to discuss today's relevant issues," said NCUA Board Member and NASCUS Liaison Gigi Hyland. "It is vital that state and federal regulators seize every opportunity to share information, ideas, concerns and their perspectives. I believe communication between NCUA and state regulators is a critical element in maintaining a safe, sound credit union system."
NASCUS state regulators and NCUA will continue discussions on national policy issues at the interagency dialogue scheduled during the NASCUS State System Summit, August 22 in Seattle.