TOPKEA, Kan.-The proposed rule to reform the corporate system is a bit too one-size-fits-all for some state supervisors.

John Smith, administrator of the Kansas Department of Credit Unions, is worried that forcing state-chartered corporates to essentially operate the same way as their federal counterparts could injure the diversity of the system and set bad precedent for natural person institutions

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