NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz and several other top federal and state regulators are scheduled to speak at NASCUS’ State System Summit next month.
Matz will discuss her agency’s priorities. Steve Antonakes, a top official of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, will outline how state and federal regulators can work together on consumer protection.
Before joining the CFPB, Antonakes, the new agency’s assistant director in charge of bank supervision, ran the Massachusetts department that regulates banks and credit unions.
California Financial Institutions Commissioner Bill Haraf is scheduled to discuss current issues on systemic risk.
CUNA Mutual Group President/CEO Jeff Post will discuss the current health of credit unions.
A panel on state regulation in the current economic environment will feature the top regulators in Idaho, Oregon and Utah.
NCUA Inspector General Bill DeSarno will discuss lessons learned from material loss reviews of failed credit unions.
The summit is scheduled to take place in Chicago on Sept. 14-16.