SUPERIOR, Wis. — The president/CEO of the $143 million Superior Choice Credit Union, targeted by Wisconsin bankers last week for its Norlarco participation loans, said today the CU’s “strong, well capitalized position” speaks for itself with no need to get into any verbal fisticuffs to counter a media blast.

In a press release distributed across the state and to this far northern Wisconsin community, the Wisconsin Bankers Association attacked Superior Choice as an example of CUs abusing their tax-exempt status to pursue a faulty “commercial loan adventure more than 1,500 miles from the south shore of Lake Superior.”

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