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Interesting info to whet our appetites, but where's the main course? How did these CU's arrive at their respective destinations? How do their investment policies differ from the norm allowing them to excel? This article didn't answer any of those questions. Is there a more in-depth article coming? firstname.lastname@example.org
Would like to see more on prudent use of borrowings.
A more in-depth article to follow up is a great idea. Keep an eye out for one in the coming weeks! - Jill Richardson, Corporate Associate, Callahan & Associates, Inc.
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