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Georgia regulator former NASCUS chair to retire
ATLANTA (3/11/10)--George Reynolds, senior deputy commissioner of the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance and a former chair of the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS), is set to retire May 1. Reynolds has worked for the department for 34 years as an examiner, deputy commissioner for supervision, and as senior deputy commissioner. The department oversees regulation of state-chartered credit unions. “We will certainly miss him,” Judy Newberry, Georgia’s deputy commissioner for legal affairs, told News Now. “He has made tremendous contributions to the department.” Reynolds was elected to the NASCUS board in 2006 and served as chair from 2007-2009.


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