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BOSTON — A researcher with the Aite Group, a leading financial research firm, has clarified some of her firm’s report that 33% of 101 credit unions surveyed were planning on converting their charters to mutual banks.

Research Director Christine Barry reported that some of the interviews with the 101 credit unions, which had been chosen at random from 1,200 credit unions with over $100 million in assets, had been conducted only through questionnaires while other CUs in the survey had been interviewed and the interviews had allowed more context to come through.

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