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With the principle-based MBL guidance released by the NCUA last year, which became effective in January, credit union leadership may be re-evaluating the role that member business loans play in their growth strategy for 2017.

As a sub-segment of MBL, commercial real estate may be one path to growth. If that is the case, the credit union has to have in place the appropriate controls and processes to make sound CRE decisions that satisfy regulators’ concerns over risk management of those loans. Best practices related to origination, lending strategy and portfolio management can ensure safe CRE portfolio growth.

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