Nashville to Host NASCUS and S3 conference August 27-29, 2023

NASHVILLE, TN, July 21, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Jeff Dahlstrom, President of Southeast Financial Credit Union, announced that the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) will convene its annual meeting and State System Summit (S3) conference in Nashville from August 27-29, 2023. This premier event offers a distinctive opportunity for state regulators and credit union system stakeholders to engage with one another through a multi-day platform.

The NASCUS meeting is a forum for dialogue, innovative problem-solving, and collaboration across the credit union landscape. Attendees will engage on topics that:
• Promote financial stability and risk management
• Address issues such as cryptocurrency, blockchain, and digital assets,
• Enhance compliance through collaboration,
• Improve internal efficiencies, and
• Facilitate technological innovation

Throughout numerous educational sessions and networking events, participants will develop connections with fellow attendees, regulatory authorities, and prominent professionals in the industry, which will play a vital role in shaping the direction of the credit union movement in the future.

The venue for this year’s event is Nashville, Tennessee, widely known as Music City. As an ideal location for participants, the city offers a plethora of attractions, including music, culture, arts, food, sports, and shopping. Attendees are highly encouraged to take advantage of this unique and scenic “only in Nashville” experience by exploring the city during their stay.

To learn more about the sessions, location, and registration for the 2023 NASCUS State System Summit, visit

About Southeast Financial Credit Union
Serving members for over 87 years, Southeast Financial is a member-owned, not-forprofit, financial institution with 13 locations across Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi.

For more information, visit or call (800) 521-9653.

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