NAFCU Annual Conference canceled
As cases of coronavirus continue to rise and uncertainty remains, NAFCU has canceled its 53rd Annual Conference and Solutions Expo, scheduled to take place June 23-26 in Vancouver, Canada. NAFCU's executives meet daily to discuss the pandemic and are taking steps to ensure credit unions remain safe, operational, and informed of developments.
Registered attendees have been notified of the cancellation via email, which contains additional information on how to transfer conference registrations or obtain a refund, and how to proceed with canceling hotel and flight reservations.
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Although the conference has been canceled, NAFCU's Annual Business Meeting will still take place in June at the association's headquarters in Arlington, Va., and via a virtual format. More details will be sent to members soon.
NAFCU is also working to develop webinars and other digital educational opportunities on session topics to continue to provide top-notch educational and training during the coronavirus pandemic (see all upcoming webinars here). The association is also looking to add more content to its Congressional Caucus later this year in Washington.
NAFCU previously canceled its Spring Regulatory Compliance School, Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference, and CEOs and Senior Executives Conference due to the coronavirus pandemic. All other 2020 conferences are currently still on.
The association is working diligently to keep credit unions informed of developments related to the coronavirus and to work with Congress and regulators to ensure the industry's needs are addressed. Access all NAFCU's coronavirus resources here.
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