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LAS VEGAS Credit unions and credit union mortgage originators need to cooperate more to help guarantee that CUs have a place at the table in whatever secondary mortgage market arises out of GSE reform, according to a panel of CU CEOs at Monday’s opening of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association fall conference.

Rudy Hanley, CEO of Schools First FCU in Santa Ana, Calif., and Kirk Kordeleski, CEO of Bethpage FCU in Bethpage, N.Y., joined John McKechnie, senior vice president with Total Spectrum, a Washington government affairs firm to address the question of what GSE reform means to CUs.

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