Fears at the National Credit Union Administration over corporate credit union investments have quieted.

The agency was concerned about the collateralized mortgage obligations held by about six corporates late last year. But after working with those institutions, the regulator's fears now are soothed, H. Allen Carver, director of the agency's office of corporate credit unions, said in an interview last week.

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