With mergers pending of two small Indiana credit unions, the newpresident/CEO of the $2.1 billion Teachers CU of South Bendforecast Tuesday more collaboration among both big and small creditunions across the U.S. in such areas as IT and insurance.

“In the months ahead I think you will see more synergy andworking together in partnerships,” declared Paul Marsh, who tookover in June as the head of Indiana's largest credit union,succeeding the retired RichardRice.

While TCU remains open to mergers of small CUs “no matter wherethey might be,” credit union growth also can be found in workingpartnerships with other CUs on CUSOs, for instance, said Marsh.

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