VIENNA, Va.-NCUA Board Member Gigi Hyland visited $25 billion Navy Federal Credit Union, the world's largest, last week. Hyland, along with Senior Policy Advisor Gary Kohn, met with Navy Federal CEO Cutler Dawson and other members of the management team. Topics of discussion were Navy Federal's `uniqueness,' Bank Secrecy Act compliance, and NCUA's examination process. The pair also toured the credit union's headquarters, including the Financial Crimes Investigation Division. "I was pleased to see first hand that as the world's largest credit union, Navy Federal still succeeds in retaining the special credit union touch with its members," Hyland commented. "The visit was very productive and informative for all of us," Dawson said. "I am glad that Ms. Hyland came to visit and especially happy that she was able to speak one on one with several of our team members."

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