NCUA Chairman Deborah Matz and the heads of NAFCU and NASCUS praised the accomplishments of CUNA President/CEO Dan Mica, who earlier today announced he would step down from CUNA at the end of 2010.

“During Dan Mica’s tenure credit unions faced some of the most difficult and challenging times in their history. Dan’s leadership skills, intellect and perseverance have helped shape the credit union industry into a robust and far-reaching movement. Dan has been an unwavering voice for credit unions in Washington and across the country; his influence, and the mark he made, will not soon be forgotten,” Matz said in a statement.

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