SURREY, British Columbia — While U.S. credit unions keep a wary eye on the economy and fret about slumping housing markets, the folks at Coast Capital Savings Credit Union enjoy a more positive frame of mind.

Coast Capital, with $9.9 billion in assets, ranks as Canada's second largest credit union. Its open bond charter offers membership to anyone in the province of British Columbia, where the outlook is upbeat.

Coast Capital President/CEO Lloyd Craig cited some factors contributing to that bullish perspective.

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