In a historic bid to chart new legal ground on community charters, a Kentucky federal credit union has converted to a state charter, marking the first such switch in the state in 30 years.
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The NCUA said last week that it plans to withdraw a request to extend its program for the monthly collection of financial performance and executive compensation data for large Region 3 federally insured credit unions.
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New CEO had been executive vice president at $909 million Kentucky credit union.
Switch from federal to state charter first of its kind in 30 years, follows rejection by NCUA.
Program initiated after collapse of Eastern Financial CU and its 2009 merger into Space Coast CU.
Credit unions in Tennessee, Ohio, Oregon and Indiana involved.
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About five years ago, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union moved about $180 million into investments paying just over 5%, and locked that money in for five years.