The California Department of Financial Institutions and the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) encourage credit union board members, supervisory committee members and other volunteers along with credit union management to attend the NASCUS Northern California Directors College. The event will be held April 11 in Walnut Creek, just outside San Francisco. (There is also a similar event in for southern CA credit unions in San Diego on March 30).
NASCUS is pleased to announce that Teveia R. Barnes, the newly appointed Commissioner of the California Department of Financial Institutions, will be on hand to discuss her priorities as Commissioner.
NASCUS’ Directors Colleges allow credit union directors and other volunteers, along with senior credit union staff to hear firsthand about the expectations regulators have of directors. These events also provide an opportunity for networking and sharing best practices in credit union governance with other attendees.
The event features sessions on the regulatory expectations of a director, critical legislative and regulatory issues and financial literacy for boards and volunteers. NASCUS has planned a special session with RaAnn Wood, Deputy Commissioner for Credit Unions with the California Department of Financial Institutions, on the DFI's changing approach to evaluating the "Management" aspect of CAMEL. In addition, renowned credit union attorney and speaker Frank Drake will share with attendees the critical elements for developing a "Foolproof Board of Directors."
To register and see the agenda for the April 11 event in Walnut Creek, click here. The early bird rate for this event is $169 and expires April 2nd. After April 2nd, the price is $199.
Please note that credit unions registering three attendees may register a fourth at no cost.
If you have any questions contact Jenny Champagne at email@example.com or at (703) 528-5974.