- Anthony Demangone, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Anthony Demangone is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at NAFCU. Before assuming the COO position, Demangone served as NAFCU’s Vice President of Regulatory Compliance, where he was responsible for NAFCU’s compliance assistance program
- NAFCU Awards Programs
NAFCU’s prestigious member-only credit union awards programs honor and reward the pacesetters of the credit union community, including Annual Awards, Marketing Awards, Grassroots Activism Awards and Quarter Century Honor Roll.
- NAFCU Board Elections
NAFCU members should vote in the NAFCU Board Elections each year to ensure that your credit union's interests are represented and your voice is heard on the vital issues confronting the credit union community! Take this opportunity to participate in the nomination and election of directors to lead your association.
- DDJ Myers, Ltd.
DDJ Myers is the NAFCU Services Preferred Partner for Leadership Training.
- Online Training Programs
from NAFCU help credit union board members understand the regulatory environment facing credit unions.
- Annual Awards
Highly recognized leaders set themselves apart by exceeding expectation, overcoming challenges, embracing change and accomplishing critical goals with strength and ingenuity. The most extraordinary of these leaders and organizations become the recipients of NAFCU’s annual awards – the credit union community’s highest honor with winners receiving national recognition.
- Training Courses
Available courses included in NAFCU's online training program for credit union volunteers and new staff.
- Online Training Program Detailed Outline
Detailed outline of NAFCU's online training program for credit union volunteers and new staff.
- Session Details
Read educational session details for NAFCU's Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference, including director financial literacy training, supervisory committee training, BSA and risk management, executive benefits, economic outlook and more!
- Congressional Caucus
The 2013 NAFCU Congressional Caucus, September 8-11 in Washington, DC, is your opportunity to meet face-to-face with members of Congress after a critical election year. Take an active role in the political process and raise awareness for the important credit union issues we face to help move our industry forward.
- An Inside Guide to a Credit Unions Board of Directors
With the challenges that credit unions face, upholding a strong and committed board of directors is vital. Ensure that your credit union understands the inner workings and the fundamentals of a credit union board of directors. This webcast will focus on chairman selection, credit union board composition and term limits, independence requirements and testing, board committee structure, information dissemination, document retention, training and board self-evaluation.
- Annual Report
You can view NAFCU's most recent Annual Financial Reports here.
- NAFCU Annual Report 2011
NAFCU YOUR DIRECT CONNECTION TO EDUCATION, ADVOCACY & ADVANCEMENT 1 Building a Strong Future Together ANNUAL REPORT2011 National Association of Federal Credit Unions NAFCU Your Direct Connection to Education, Advocacy & Advancement2 Annual Report 2011 NAFCU Chair and President’s Report To ensure a strong future for c
- Biltmore Mansion Special Event
George Vanderbilt created the Biltmore as an escape from everyday life. Now, you are invited to explore that escape for yourself. Join us for a private evening tour of the Biltmore mansion – an experience only available through this NAFCU event.
- Lobbying and Legislative Issues Update Session
Attend Sunday’s Lobbying and Legislative Issues Update session to hear from NAFCU’s experts about current credit union legislation and regulations being issued by the CFPB and NCUA. NAFCU’s lobbying team will share their insight and answer your questions about the issues that are most important to your credit union.
- Keynote Speaker
Hear Renowned Political Analyst and Commentator for CNN and Columnist for Newsweek and The Daily Beast, Paul Begala at NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus.
- Issues We’re Bringing to the Hill
NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus brings together credit unions from across the country to raise awareness of the industry’s unique nature and role with legislators in Washington, and to reinforce the need for choice and availability of financial services.
- Keynote Presentation: The Heart to Succeed
The 32nd Annual Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference keynote speaker is Eric Greitens, Best-Selling Author and former Navy SEAL. He opens the conference with a discussion of the importance of having both heart and strength in order to succeed in business and in life.
- Spouse/Guest Programs
Spouse/guests attending the 32nd Annual Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference are invited to register for some exclusive tours and events including exploring the famous Biltmore property and hoping on a trolley tour of beautiful and historic downtown Asheville.
- Travel & Accommodations
Information on travel and accommodations for the NAFCU 32nd Annual Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference including, hotel reservations, car rental and airline ticket discounts and Asheville attractions.
- Registration Fees
Registration fees for the NAFCU 32nd Annual Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference, including early bird discounts, member and nonmember fees.
- Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference
The NAFCU 32nd Annual Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference, May 15-17 in Asheville, NC, is a highly-rated three-day program designed to equip you with the tools you need to successfully fill your role and responsibilities as a credit union volunteer.
- Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Training Certificate
Credit union volunteers are required complete annual BSA training. NAFCU offers BSA training certificates of attendance for board members when they participate in qualifying education programs, including Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference BSA sessions, Annual Conference and Exhibition sessions, and live and on-demand webcasts.
NAFCU conferences are designed to help strengthen and accelerate your career and your credit union’s mission. You will benefit from industry-leading presenters and exclusive networking events in locations across the country. Whatever your career path may be, NAFCU has a conference or school to help you grow and reach new heights!
- BSA & OFAC Compliance for Directors & Supervisory/Audit Committee
Live Webcast: Wednesday, October 10, 2012, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT (Available On-Demand through October 5, 2013) - By attending this webcast, credit union Board, Supervisory/Audit Committee members will gain their annual training requirements, an understanding of their responsibilities under BSA and how to ensure they are meeting responsibilities, and an awareness of recent fines imposed on credit unions for BSA compliance deficiencies and how to avoid these deficiencies in your credit union.
- CU Industry Trends Report Archive
NAFCU’s CU Industry Trends is a NAFCU member-only quarterly report of the latest trends among federal credit unions. Download archived reports and data tables here.
- Online Training Pricing
One low subscription price gives your ENTIRE credit union access to all of NAFCU's online training modules for 365 days! Plus, you don't have to be a NAFCU member to subscribe.
- Webcast Topics
NAFCU's Annual Unlimited Webcast Subscription provides your credit union with the ultimate convenience and affordability to get the education your credit union needs, without leaving the office! Check out some of the topics we'll cover this year.
- Annual Conference and Solutions Expo
Join leaders and credit union solution providers at NAFCU's 46th Annual Conference and Solutions Expo, July 9-13 in Boston, to learn the cutting-edge strategies, solutions and trends that will help you readily adapt to an ever-changing credit union industry and make history!
- Barksdale Federal Credit Union's Taylor Named to NAFCU Board
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 2, 2013 WASHINGTON – The National Association of Federal Credit Unions has named Rod Taylor, president and CEO of Barksdale Federal Credit Union, as Region IV director on the NAFCU board of directors. Taylor replaces board member
- Supervisory Committee Training Certificate
Learn your basic responsibilities as a credit union supervisory committee member and how you can achieve them. Attend NAFCU's Credit Union Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference to explore “tricks of the trade” to help you excel in your role and discover how performing your duties can improve your credit union’s operations and help safeguard your members’ assets.
- Bradford Thaler, Vice President of Legislative Affairs
Brad Thaler has been with NAFCU since July of 1999, first as associate director of legislative affairs, and then, beginning in January 2002, as director of legislative affairs. Prior to joining NAFCU, Thaler was a lobbyist for the Federal Managers Association in Alexandria, Va., where he lobbied on a diverse range of issues for supervisors and managers in the civil service.
- Political Action and PAC Committee Charge
To develop innovative programs and campaigns to vigorously solicit funds for use in the association's political action activities. Educates and encourages member participation in NAFCU/PAC. Educates and encourages member participation in grassroots and political activities.
- Katherine Marisic, Director of Political Affairs
KatieMarisic became NAFCU’s director of political affairs in July 2011. She is responsible for the development, implementation and execution of NAFCU’s political programs, including its PAC and grassroots outreach.
- B. Dan Berger, Executive Vice President of Government Affairs
Dan Berger was named NAFCU's senior vice president of government affairs in January 2006 and was promoted to executive vice president in July 2009. He serves as NAFCU's chief advocate before Congress, White House, and the federal regulatory agencies and manages the association's legislative, political, regulatory, compliance and research divisions.
- Awards Committee Charge
To administer the Annual Awards Program and the Marketing Awards within the guidelines established by the NAFCU Board of Directors. Recognizes and inspires the professional and operational excellence among member credit unions, their employees and volunteer officials.
- Webcast today on BSA director requirements
Credit union directors can gain an understanding of their responsibilities under the Bank Secrecy Act and Office of Foreign Assets Control in a NAFCU webcast held today.
- Carrie Hunt, General Counsel/Vice President of Regulatory Affairs
Carrie Hunt is General Counsel and Vice President of Regulatory Affairs for the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU). Ms. Hunt acts as staff liaison to the federal regulatory agencies, assists in handling the development and implementation of NAFCU's regulatory policies, and conducts analysis, interpretation and explanation of policy issues impacting NAFCU's members. She also analyzes and manages litigation for NAFCU. Prior to her current position at NAFCU, Ms. Hunt was Associate Director of Regulatory Affairs.
- Corporate Governance and Board Fiduciary Duties
The current regulatory and financial environment has created a renewed focus on the duties of federal credit union directors, particularly as a result of the Wescorp litigation and recent failures of natural person credit unions. This session will cover the general principles of the fiduciary duties of directors and the NCUA’s fiduciary duty rules as well as corporate governance best practices. Observance of these standards is critical in protecting the board and the institution from liability and regulatory criticism.
- Nominating Committee Charge
Submit a slate of nominees for Director-At-Large of not less than one person and not more than two persons per vacancy. Ensure that a person may not be elected (selected to appear on the at-large slate) as a director unless such person is a current Board member or the Chief Executive Officer of a federal credit union which is a member of this Corporation. Additionally, the committee will strive to select a total of two candidates for each seat, if possible and appropriate.
- Nom Cttee Information
- Share Insurance, Liquidity and Development Fund Oversight Committee Charge
To maintain oversight of the management and operations of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF), Central Liquidity Facility (CLF), and Community Development Revolving Loan Fund (CDCU Fund). Develop and recommend to the NAFCU Board appropriate plans for preserving and maintaining an independent credit union share insurance system, for preserving an independent source of liquidity assistance by the CLF to credit unions, and for maintaining a fund to provide low-cost assistance to community development credit unions.
- Regulatory Committee Charge
To monitor and review all proposed regulations affecting federal credit unions. Evaluate comments on these proposals and develop appropriate responses for consideration of approval by the NAFCU Board. Seek comments from member credit unions as appropriate on proposed regulations. Encourage members to respond to all requests for comments on proposals.
- Regional Advisory Committee Charge
To serve as an active, information resource for the identification of regional trends and issues affecting financial institutions, specifically credit unions. To identify informal or ad hoc programs and services for NAFCU to undertake in local or regional areas in response to current credit union needs. The five Regional Advisory Committees correspond to the five NCUA regions.
- Membership Committee Charge
To formulate appropriate and productive membership programs with the objective of maintaining and expanding the membership base and reducing attrition. The committee will develop plans to accomplish its objective and report to the NAFCU Board. These plans should be targeted to specific member involvement but focused on the possible inclusion of the total membership, where appropriate.
- Legislative Committee Charge
To monitor the ongoing legislative process in order to identify credit union related legislation. Researches and develops a viable position on each issue. Recommends appropriate policy to the NAFCU Board on all issues, which affect the interest of federal credit unions.
- Karen Tyson, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications
Karen Tyson was named senior vice president of marketing and communications in August 2011. She oversees NAFCU’s publications, public relations and marketing programs, website and special projects.
- Tower Federal Credit Union's Breland Named to NAFCU Board
NAFCU announced it has named Martin Breland, president and CEO of Tower Federal Credit Union, as Region II director on the NAFCU board of directors.
- Parsons Elected NAFCU Chair
Michael J. Parsons, president and CEO of First Source Federal Credit Union, headquartered in New Hartford, N.Y., has been elected chair of the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU). His one-year term begins at the conclusion of NAFCU’s annual business meeting in Nashville on July 24.
- Dawson, Schwartz and Parsons Win NAFCU Board Seats
Cutler Dawson, president and CEO of Navy Federal Credit Union, Mike Parsons, president and CEO of First Source Federal Credit Union, and Debra Schwartz, president and CEO of Mission Federal Credit Union, won 2012-15 terms on the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) Board of Directors in voting that closed Tuesday. Their new terms begin after the close of the NAFCU Annual Business Meeting this July in Nashville, Tenn.