RALEIGH, N.C. — The industry now in the grip of NCUA’s corporate rescue crisis retains “lots of smart minds and good will” and can solve this problem without going to the last resort “taxpayer bailout money,” in the view of James Blaine, the president/CEO State Employees’ CU.

Commenting on the NCUA stabilization package and planned insurance assessment, Blaine acknowledged that like other CEOs “we’re not thrilled at the cost” but yet the corporate system is very the product of the nation’s CUs and needs its support “even if the investments got off course and now we have to come up with a different network.”

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