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WALLINGFORD, Conn. – Art Corey, president/CEO of the Connecticut Credit Union Association for the past two years and a nine-year veteran of the association, has accepted a position to practice financial services law with the Hartford, Conn. firm of Tyler Cooper. Corey’s last day at CCUA is May 20, which coincides with the last day of CCUA’s annual convention. In leaving the corner office at CCUA, the 40-year old Corey is returning to work in the field he started in when he first graduated Western New England College of Law and the University of Vermont. Before coming to CCUA, he worked in the Judicial Department for the State of Connecticut. Corey was hired by CCUA in 1997 to work as a compliance specialist. He was promoted to regulatory compliance counsel for CCUA in 1999 and general counsel in 2001. He worked in that position until March 2004 when he was named president/CEO to succeed Kevin Stewart who left CCUA to work at Texans Credit Union in Richardson, Texas. CCUA is very familiar with Tyler Cooper – it’s worked with the firm for several years, and Corey said it formed relationships with the lawyers. He explained when one of the lawyers left, the firm contacted him for the spot knowing his background. Corey said he wasn’t planning on returning to financial services law but “always loved that area of the law and could see myself going back to it.” He added that, “I love what I’ve been doing here at the association as CEO, but this is a great opportunity for me and my family,” he said. – [email protected]

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