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Three more CEOs–representing some of the largest credit unions in New York state–have now been named to serve on a special bank/CU advisory panel of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the last district bank to fill out slots on the so-called Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council.

Like other CEOs elsewhere in the country joining the regional Fed panels, the trio–Robert G. Allen of Teachers FCU, Mary Madden of Hudson Valley FCU, and Michael J. Castellana of State Employees FCU–will participate in sessions aimed at cementing closer “grassroots” ties between the Fed staff in Washington and community banks and CUs.

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