Guy Messick spent most of his professional career helping credit unions collaborate. He served as NACUSO’s first General Counsel for over 30 years. He was NACUSO’s Liaison with the NCUA where he advocated for a regulatory climate conducive to credit union collaborations. He is honored as a CUSO Pioneer in America’s Credit Union Museum. To pass on the knowledge acquired over his career, Guy wrote a book entitled “Credit Union Collaborations – Lessons Learned” which is available on Amazon. Guy has taken the main points in the book and made five recorded presentations on credit union collaborations which are available on below. Also included below is a presentation on credit unions working with brokers to offer investment and insurance services. (more…)
We are excited to announce our 2021 NACUSO Network Conference is scheduled to be at the Encore Resort in Las Vegas, November 8-11! The beautiful Encore Resort is open and they have taken extra precautionary measures to make sure it’s safe for guests to enjoy their stay. Please check our conference website for hotel and registration information at at www.NACUSONetwork.com.
For Orlando 2020 NACUSO Attendees with Paid Fees on File: Good News! If you registered and paid to attend our 2020 conference (and did not officially cancel or request a refund), your registration fees have now been transferred. You can register for the 2021 NACUSO Network Conference and your registration fees will be adjusted accordingly. Click here for registration information and additional instructions. If you have any questions, changes or need to verify your 2020 registration status, please email our team at Connect@nacuso.org or call 888-462-2870.
7/15/21 – Today, PSCU – the nation’s premier payments credit union service organization (CUSO) – published the July edition of the PSCU Payments Index, the goal of which is to provide information and insights to help financial institutions make informed, strategic decisions on the road ahead.
In this month’s iteration, PSCU focuses on the various factors impacting the payments industry. After many parts of our nation had seemingly turned a corner and began to emerge from the pandemic over the course of the summer, slowing vaccination rates could lead to regional pockets of increases in COVID cases. The Delta variant now looms large as children prepare to return to school and many workers prepare to return to offices. Employers are grappling with “The Great Resignation,” labor shortages and rising wages. Despite these challenges, we continue to see positive signs of economic recovery and increased consumer spending and confidence.… Read more
Corporate Partnership Furthers CO-OP’s Contribution to the Strength of the Credit Union Movement
7/13/21 – Credit union payments fintech CO-OP Financial Services today announced an expansion of its support for the African-American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC) by committing to a five-year corporate sponsorship.
Through this long-term commitment, CO-OP will work with the AACUC to help develop, promote and participate in the Coalition’s events and initiatives, including its Annual Virtual Conference, planned for August 16-21.
“There is strong cultural alignment between the AACUC and CO-OP, as both organizations are grounded by a purpose to strengthen the credit union industry,” said Dorthy Mack, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council Co-chair at CO-OP. “Watching the AACUC’s growth has been exciting; it’s a testament to the movement’s acknowledgement of the need for change and AACUC’s tenacity to lead the way. CO-OP is honored to join AACUC leadership, members and supporters in the unification, education, conversations and investments that will bring the movement closer to a future in which diversity, equity and inclusion thrive.”… Read more