DALLAS — The leadership forum panel at the 34th annual Serving the Underserved 5th Latino Credit Union spoke to attendees about how credit unions can best serve low-income members.

Bill Cheney, president/CEP of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues spoke passionately about what he called a controversial topic: immigration, immigration status and who credit unions should serve.

"It's the board of directors job to set regulations who should serve and it's the credit unions job to serve all those members," Cheney said. "A credit union is not an immigration police force."

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