BOSTON – Despite the rough patch that the credit union movement has faced, its future is bright if it makes some changes to its structure and seizes opportunities.

That was the consensus of a panel of credit union veterans who discussed the subject at the closing session of NASCUS' State System Summit.

GTE Federal Credit Union President/CEO Bucky Sebastian said given credit unions' strong record of helping people during the recession, the movement should get help from regulators to continue and expand their efforts.

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