The $4 billion Southeast Corporate Federal Credit Union joined a number of its peer corporates last week in laying out its final business and capital plans to be submitted to the NCUA in time for the March 31 deadline.

The Tallahassee, Fla. corporate maintained that it continues to receive support from its 400 member credit unions, as evident on a webcast and in town hall meetings during the month.

Southeast President/CEO Brad Miller said its members are being asked "to indicate their support via a nonbinding letter of intent."

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