WASHINGTON — Banks don’t like him. Credit unions don’t like him. And the White House this summer nominated someone else to replace him on the National Credit Union Administration board.

Yet far from just clinging to his chairmanship, Norman E. D’Amours declared victory Thursday in his three-year fight for a requirement that some credit unions spell out — and fulfill — plans for serving the low-income segments of their communities.

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