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The head of Alabama-based Corporate America Credit Union, Thomas D. Bonds, is speaking out this week on recent corporate developments, venting some strong views and projections.

For one, the president/CEO of the $3.5 billion Birmingham CACU acknowledged that while it ranks among stable and unconserved corporates, his corporate has had merger discussions with unidentified peers and has hired an international consulting firm to assess its ability to pursue partners. A major conclusion: Consolidation would work without impairing CU services though no agreement is at hand.

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