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Bank failures, like the weekend collapse of a $2.8 billion Macon, Ga. chain, as well as financial mergers “remain negative influences” on the bank and credit union public, according to the president/CEO of Georgia’s second largest CU, the $1.9 billion Atlanta Postal CU.

“No one can say we’re happy when these kinds of things happen,” said Donald Decinque, the CU head, in discussing the FDIC takeover of Security Bank Corp. and its six community bank affiliates accompanied by a sale of Security’s good assets to another Georgia bank.

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