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Larry Eisenhauer, president/CEO of the $340 million Kansas Corporate CU, said his members want the corporate to “remain a separate entity.”

However, the CEO said he and his board won’t make any final decisions about KCCU’s future until they see the legacy assets plan, final corporate regulations and know which products and services they will continue to receive from U.S. Central.

“The regulations as proposed would make it difficult for any entity to generate the earnings necessary to meet new capital goals,” he said. “We’re taking a wait-and-see position.”

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