The NCUA is primarily focused on addressing corporate safety and soundness issues, and less interested in tinkering with the structure of the system, said Brad Miller, executive director of the Association of Corporate Credit Unions.

"It will be up to the corporates to modify their business models going forward, based on the NCUA's new rules and regulations," Miller said.

Furthermore, credit unions shouldn't worry about the agency making radical regulatory changes overnight.

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