The National Credit Union Administration Board has allowed Hawaii's corporate credit union to hold onto a collateralized mortgage obligation that failed a recent stress test.

The board decided at its Sept. 28 closed meeting that Pacific Corporate Federal Credit Union was sufficiently liquid to hang onto a CMO that violated federal rules, agency and industry sources said.

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