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ALEXANDRIA, Va.—When it comes to a 2014 corporate assessment, NCUA Board Member Rick Metsger said he doesn’t yet have a position on an estimated range, which the regulator has traditionally revealed in November.

However, while Metsger said he wants to keep any future assessments as low as possible, reducing the outstanding $4 billion owed to the U.S. Treasury line is in the best interest of the industry.

“The debt to Treasury is a known, and I think it’s important to deal with known deficits as opposed to the unknown,” Metsger said Tuesday in an interview at NCUA headquarters.

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