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LAS VEGAS — With a rousing opening that featured Blues Brothers impersonators rocking the crowd with “Soul Man” and other familiar hits, NACUSO welcomed more than 400 people its annual conference here.

The full agenda explored a range of timely issues nearly all with the theme of embracing change, including changes to the regulatory landscape. Guy Messick, general counsel for NACUSO, along with Brian Lauer, associate at Messick & Weber P.C., presented a session on CUSO 101. The two discussed a number of current regulatory topics such as NCUA’s Supervisory Letter on third-party relationships and the impact of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act, which allowed consumers to dispute inaccuracies in their credit reports. Messick and Lauer also provided the latest updates on unrelated business income tax.

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