SAN DIEGO - As the National Association of Federal Credit Unions convenes its 28th annual convention here this week, Ken Robinson is sitting pretty.

The trade group's president has convinced admiring regulators and members that he wears a white hat. What's more, the group's chief rival, the Credit Union National Association, is being viewed as the bad guy.

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