ARLINGTON, Va. — NASCUS announced today that the Colorado Division of Financial Services has recently earned re-accreditation with NASCUS.

Colorado was first accredited in 1996. The division supervises 63 natural person credit unions and one corporate, with combined assets of approximately $7.2 billion.

"The significance of the re-accreditation is great for the agency in terms of what it means to the credit unions we regulate," Colorado Financial Services Commissioner Chris Myklebust said. "I made it a priority to make sure this agency is meeting the expectations of those we serve through our regulatory program. Accreditation provides the Division with credibility in the eyes of all those parties we work with for the betterment of Colorado's state charters."

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