An Open Discussion with NCUA & Congressman Royce NACUSO’s Business Services CONNECTION October 18-20, 2011 San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina
If you provide business services in the credit union industry, you need to be at NACUSO’s Business Services Connection in San Diego. Your colleagues from across the nation will share concerns and solutions that affect you every day. Do you have a concern with the business lending regulations, a comment about the examination process, or just want to tell your story and help establish better relations with NCUA? Top level NCUA representatives will be present for you to meet and help you advise your credit union or CUSO on regulatory and examination issues. NCUA will be represented by Matt Biliouris, Director of Supervision, Christie Loizos, Staff Attorney of Business Lending Issues, and Vin Vieten, MBL Program Officer.
If you are a supporter of legislation to raise the MBL Cap, you will want to meet Ed Royce, the sponsor of the Small Business Credit Enhancement Act, HR 1418. Ed is a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee where he has been named Chairman of the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade and a senior member of the Financial Services Committee where he sits on the Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Subcommittee. Ed has served on the conference committees for some of the most significant legislation in the financial services arena. He is a champion of the Credit Union Industry and one of the strongest voices in Washington in support of raising the MBL Cap. Joining you in San Diego at the NACUSO Business Services Connection, Ed will answer your questions, listen to your concerns and take your voices back to Washington as he continues to fight for the passage of HR 1418 and expanded small business lending powers for credit unions and CUSOs. We need you – all of you – to come to the Business Services Connection, CONNECT with Ed Royce and show him we mean BUSINESS and we can make a difference in our nation’s future, and help America get back to work!
Be sure to book your hotel reservations now. The San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina is offering NACUSO attendees a discounted rate of $230+tax for single/double occupancy. Attendees can reserve rooms at the discounted rate of $230 for rooms held in the NACUSO block for the nights of October 18 & 19. The cut-off date for room reservations at the NACUSO blocked rate has been extended til 3:00pm on Wednesday, September 21, 2011. Reservations should be made as soon as possible as rooms within the block are subject to availability and the hotel anticipates selling out during these dates. For room reservations, call the Marriott Reservations Desk at 1-619-234-1500 or 1-800-228-9290 and refer to the NACUSO block of rooms & market code “CUSO”.
Now is the time to confirm your attendance and reserve a sponsorship at the 2011 NACUSO Business Services CONNECTION. Join us this year to take advantage of the visibility and networking opportunities this event provides. Visit www.nacuso.org for the available sponsorship opportunities. All sponsorships include booth space and one complimentary registration.
We are bringing together the leaders of MBL from throughout the industry for a no-holds barred conference where they can share what works and what doesn’t and learn best practices. You will not want to miss this year’s NACUSO’s Business Services CONNECTION.
Visit www.nacuso.org for registration, agenda and hotel information.
Urgent Reminder: NCUA Proposed CUSO Regulations
We need to tell our side of the story to the NCUA, that their proposed CUSO rules are unnecessary, costly and will likely stifle the innovation so needed in the industry to help us serve our members. Comment Letters regarding NCUA’s Proposed CUSO Regulations must be submitted by September 26. Visit NACUSO’s homepage to view the proposed CUSO Regulations, NACUSO and other Credit Unions & CUSOs Comment Letters and CUSO Regulation Reference Points to assist you in writing your own Comment Letter to the NCUA. It doesn’t have to be long, just make your voice heard in this important issue.