The Credit Union National Association lost a legal fight to kill a regulation affecting the governance of the industry's liquidity centers.

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia issued a summary judgment last Monday upholding a rule the National Credit Union Administration approved last fall banning shared management between the industry's largest trade group and corporate credit unions. The rule would affect about half of the 43 corporates.

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