The National Credit Union Administration laid out ground rules for the selection and use of brokers in a letter last week to institutions.

The letter was prompted by the springtime collapse of High Yield Management Financial, a Clifton, N.J.-based securities firm that sold certificates of deposit to more than 1,000 credit unions. The agency is concerned that credit unions aren't being thorough enough when they pick brokers or trade securities.

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