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With the comment period ended Monday, the votes have all been cast on the NCUA’s derivatives proposal. The message was clear: Credit unions and their trade groups want access to derivatives to go forward, but the regulator needs to sharpen its pencil and find a new way to both assess and cover costs if the program is going to be successful.

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