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LAS VEGAS — Offering 401(k) retirement plans to select employee groups, business members and other businesses may be a way to establish long-term relationship with the small-business market, a panel told attendees at NACUSO’s annual conference last week.

CUNA Mutual’s Steve Dowden, senior vice president of asset accumulation sales distribution, moderated the panel that included Kevin Thompson, CUNA Mutual vice president of asset accumulation products; Peggy Mostowy, assistant vice president of business development at Clearview Federal Credit Union; and Chuck Purvis, senior vice president of Coastal FCU.

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