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National Credit Union Administration

National Credit Union Administration

National credit union administration

■ Introduction

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an independent agency within the executive branch, was created by a 1970 amendment to the Federal Credit Union Act of 1934. Administration of the original Federal Credit Union Act, which authorized the federal government to charter credit unions, was shifted among several agencies before ...

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