WASHINGTON — National Association of Federal Credit Unions head Fred Becker will retire later this year and be succeeded by Dan Berger, who is now the group's chief lobbyist.

Becker has served as NAFCU's president and chief executive since 2000, leading the group's still-pending efforts to convince Congress to raise credit unions' business lending cap. He will step down at the end of July.

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