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It depends on how you define success. If it’s bigger assets (and more losses from overstepping risk limitations) then we succeeded.

When we started adding bankers to our midst, you have to ask… “Did the bankers become CU people or did they turn their CU into a Bank?” Regrettably, it appears the latter happened. It’s not about charter, it’s not about size… it’s all about serving our members. Once we focus on that, this discussion topic is pointless.

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