The Credit Union National Association and its state league affiliates are fighting a losing battle to retain control of corporate credit union boards, industry officials and observers said this week.

In April, the National Credit Union Administration issued a proposal that would bar corporates and trade groups from sharing top executives. About half of the 44 corporates currently have management interlocks.

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