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Georgia credit unions will get an opportunity to weigh in on the future of the corporate credit union network at a series of town hall meetings hosted by Georgia Central Credit Union.

Georgia Central President/CEO Greg Moore and Cory Johnston, senior vice president/CIO, plan to address member’s questions about the NCUA’s Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to help credit unions formulate their own responses. They will also share thoughts and opinions about the future of the corporate network including what structure makes sense, and how changes would affect the credit unions, according to the corporate.

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