WASHINGTON - The National Credit Union Administration appeared to ease congressional concerns about liquidity and investment problems at Capital Corporate Federal Credit Union by pledging tighter supervision in the future.

Speaking Friday before the House Banking subcommittee on financial institutions and consumer credit, NCUA Chairman Norman E. D'Amours announced that next month the agency will issue for comment tough capital and investment regulations for corporates.

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