March 2011
Credit Union Journal;3/28/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents updates and developments in the U.S. credit unions industry. Senator Jon Tester collected funds in campaign contributions from credit unions to support the bill designed to delay the controversial rule cutting debit fees. The National Credit Union Association (NCUA) offered 1.5 billion dollars of its Guaranteed Notes being used to fund corporate credit union bailout. Tremont Credit Union appointed Charles Baker to its volunteer board of directors.


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