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The NCUA’s recent asset securitization proposal, which would allow credit unions to bundle the loans they originated and sell them as securities on the secondary market, is tangled in so many tripwires that it severely limits the number of credit unions that can participate. So says many of the credit union executives and industry experts who submitted letters to the NCUA during the comment period that closed Aug. 25.

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