The president of the credit union industry's largest trade group last week harshly criticized former U.S. Central Credit Union president James R. Bell and his stormy resignation.

Ralph Swoboda, president of the Credit Union National Association, denied Mr. Bell's charges that links to trade groups were hurting U.S. Central. He also denied claims that he had called Mr. Bell a liar or the liquidity center's staff unethical.

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