ARLINGTON, Va. - The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors is working on a plan to separate the insurance and supervisory functions of the National Credit Union Administration.

The trade group, which represents both credit unions and regulators, has maintained since the early 1990s that the Credit Union Administration's tasks need to be split because it has used its role as insurer to regulate state-chartered, federally insured institutions.

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