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If Joe Biden moves into the White House next year, credit unions face a fight to keep many of the regulatory changes made by the Trump Administration during the past four years, CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan said Thursday.

Credit unions will have to pay particular attention to the CFPB, where a President Biden certainly will replace current Director Kathy Kraninger very quickly, Donovan told credit union officials during a webinar on the election Thursday.


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