Christie Eugene, the recently installed chairman of the Credit Union National Association, does not personify the monster that many commercial bankers seem to see in the credit union movement.

In fact, Mr. Eugene turns the other cheek toward the banking rivals who in recent years have lambasted credit unions for, among other things, using their tax-exempt status to compete unfairly for consumer loans and deposits.

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