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The Richmond, Ind.-based Natco Credit Union said it was able to forgive nearly $19,000 in interest on 50 loans for members affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Natco ($108 million in assets and 16,131 members) said a $10,000 COVID-19 grant from the NCUA helped the interest relief effort, and the credit union itself additionally forgave $8,737. Natco was one of more than 150 credit unions that received a COVID-19 grant from the NCUA, according to agency data.

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