What CUs Want: Flexibility To Serve The Underserved Better

Muckian, Michael
June 2007
Credit Union Journal;6/11/2007, Vol. 11 Issue 23, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on several issues relevant to credit unions that were discussed during a National Credit Union Association Outreach Task Force meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2007. The issues tackled include the greater flexibility needed by credit unions from examiners if they are to service their low-income members in the region. INSET: More Town Hall Meetings Slated.


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