Birch, Ray
April 2011
Credit Union Journal;4/18/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 15, p4
Trade Publication
The article offers the insights of several credit union chief executive officers (CEOs) in Ohio, including Kelly Schermerhorn, Art Kremer, and Linda Capella, on the measures their respective unions are taking in anticipation of the interchange revenue decline to be caused by the expected Durbin Amendment.


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