Moebs: Trades' Proposal Just Doesn't Go Far Enough

October 2009
Credit Union Journal;10/5/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 40, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports on the belief of Mike Moebs, chief executive officer (CEO) of Moebs Services, on the proposals to provide capital in credit unions in Lake Bluff, Illinois. He offers that neither bank nor the White House proposals with the government supervising the activity to provide capital in times where a poor financial condition of credit union would not attract interest from outside investors. He adds that it is crucial that the capital position is defined.


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