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As many credit unions continue to try to figure out the long-term financial ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, one company in the industry said it is offering a free tool to its members to help understand and possibly correct potential issues in their business continuity plans (BCPs).

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Heather Nevitt

Heather D. Nevitt is the Editor-in-Chief of Corporate Counsel and Global Leaders in Law.