WASHINGTON -- Roger Jepsen said Friday that he would not resign as the chief regulator of federal credit unions until a successor was confirmed by the Senate.

Mr. Jepsen, a Reagan appointee, said he did not plan to leave the National Credit Union Administration before his term expires on Aug. 1. Under the law, he can stay in the job until a successor nominated by the Clinton administration is in place.

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