Members of Ent Federal Credit Union will be asked to vote by Oct. 29 to change the institution’s charter from a federal charter to a state charter. “With a state charter, we can serve more people,” said Victoria Selfridge, vice president, corporate communications. “Federal charters are more restrictive.” The move will enable the $4.2 billion […]

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