The nation's second-largest private insurer of credit unions has made a proposal that, if approved, would put it out of business.

Mutual guaranty Corp., Chattanooga, Tenn., issued an ownership settlement agreement to its 105 members, all in Tennessee. Under the proposal, resigning credit unions would no longer have to forfeit 1% of insured deposits.

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