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Today the NCUA responded to a Feb. 24 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from the Credit Union Times that asked how much the agency paid the private Newport Beach, Calif.-based PIMCO for its analysis, where the funds came from, and the rationale for assessing credit unions the cost.

According to NCUA Staff Attorney Linda K. Dent, the NCUA entered into an agreement with PIMCO on January 29, 2009 to prepare a written report evaluating a portfolio of debt securities at the rate of .0001 of the par value of the portfolios reviewed.

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