AICPA National Conference on Credit Unions Overview

As the credit union industry continues to undergo significant changes, it is critical for CPAs and credit union professionals to stay focused on current regulatory and trade issues while maintaining a keen perspective on the industry’s future.

This year’s AICPA National Conference on Credit Unions will help you do just that. This is the only conference that brings together such a wide array of industry experts and offers in-depth discussions on the latest regulatory, accounting, auditing, technological and practical issues that are front and center. Every important issue is addressed, and no question left unanswered. You’ll come away with real direction on how to handle today’s key challenges, and successfully move forward. Don’t miss this important conference for sharing ideas, getting updated, and hearing what the best and the brightest have to say.



Attendee Profile


CPAs working with credit union clients on
accounting and auditing issues as well as credit
union professionals, including CFOs, internal
auditors, controllers, financial managers, board
members, and other credit union volunteers.
Who should attend this Conference?

Exhibitor Directory - An online resource listing each individual conference and the list of featured exhibitors attending onsite.

Conference Materials - This Link is an online resource offering streaming and downloadable educational content. Access over 1,500 educational sessions, presented by today's top industry speakers.

Past Speakers

Dennis Dollar, Former NCUA Chairman, Principal Partner, Dollar Associates LLC, Birmingham, AL
Dennis is the principal partner in Dollar Associates, LLC, a full-service consulting group focusing on credit unions and the organizations that serve them. Mr. Dollar has extensive experience in the credit union and public policy arenas. He was appointed by President George W. Bush as Chairman of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board in 2001. Mr. Dollar has been on the three-member Board since being confirmed in 1997, and a member of the NCUA Board during the most far-reaching period of legislative and regulatory change in the history of the American credit union movement. As part of the NCUA Board, Mr. Dollar oversaw the crafting of all regulations for federal credit unions and the administration of the federal insurance fund covering approximately 9500 federal and state chartered credit unions in the United States. In his capacity as NCUA Chairman, Mr. Dollar served as Vice Chairman of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC). The FFIEC is charged by the U.S. Congress with the responsibility for coordinating the examination and supervision programs of the five federal financial regulatory agencies. 

Bill Hampel, Ph.D., Senior Vice President of Research & Policy Analysis, Chief Economist, Credit Union National Association, Washington, DC

Bill is the senior vice president of research and policy analysis and chief economist for the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). The research and policy analysis department performs market research for credit unions and state credit union leagues, maintains a comprehensive financial database on credit unions, and conducts a variety of research on financial and economic issues of interest to the credit union movement. Bill joined the department as an economist in 1978, promoted to vice president in 1985, and appointed senior vice president in 1992. Additionally, Hampel writes economic analysis columns that appear in several credit union publications. An expert on the economy and credit union issues, he is regularly interviewed for stories on national news outlets, including Bloomberg TV and Radio, The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, The Associated Press, CNBC, Reuters, CNN, SmartMoney, Dow Jones News Service, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, and USA Today, among others. Billl is a member of the American Economic Association and the National Association for Business Economists, and holds a doctorate in economics from Iowa State University.