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Although the funding process is nowhere near complete, it appears that fewer than 100 credit unions may wind up receiving any money from the U.S. Treasury’s Troubled Asset Relief Program.

Community development credit unions as well as community development banks that the Treasury Department has recognized as Community Development Financial Institutions, were made eligible receive long term capital loans from TARP funds in a program called the Community Development Capital Initiative. Under the terms of the program, NCUA has to indicate to Treasury that the credit unions applying for the funds are “viable” and the agency requires applying credit unions to file secondary capital plans as part of their applications.

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