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Beyond nostalgia, the chairman of Treasure State Corporate Credit Union said this week he has no real regrets about the demise of the Montana corporate because all of the existing wholesale and processing services look to be handled seamlessly by its new parent, Kansas Corporate Credit Union of Wichita.

The major caveat as a result of the Jan. 1 merger will be ensuring a Montana voice in the restructuring, said Kevin Mayer, the outgoing head of Helena-based Treasure State who also is president/CEO of the $56 million Richland CU of Sidney.

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