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November 21, 2005
Sure, they area a large billion dollar credit union. They should have a better ROA. If not then they should manage their Creidt Union better. You take one of those billion dollar credit union CEOs and place them in a 100 million dollar credit union and watch and see how they manage it. In today's environment it is much harder to manage finacially, a smaller credit union. You have everything going against you especially the larger credit unions. It is not just the banks we have to worry about but also the larger credit unions.
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