Banker Is Kentucky's New CU Regulator

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Longtime banker Thomas Miller, a former vice president of the Kentucky Bankers Association, was named as new executive director of the Kentucky Office of Financial Institutions, which oversees the state's credit unions, Gov. Ernie Fletcher said.

Miller, 50, served in the same role in 1986-88 under then-Gov. Martha Layne Collins, and has been a banker for more than 30 years. Miller will succeed Ella Robinson, who retied last year, after heading the office the previous four years.

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