Disasters and missteps are just some of the highlights in this early look at our Year in Review print issue out next week.
Ohio credit union expects early December decision over CAMEL retaliation appeal after Wednesday hearing.
Commodore Perry FCU President Thomas Renz said last week the reason the $32 million credit union filed an exam appeal–an accusation an NCUA examiner retaliated against the credit union in the form of a riskier CAMEL score–has been lost in the appeals process.
Leaders of small Ohio credit union will be accompanied to Washington by league officials but they'll go into NCUA hearing alone.
Executive director says appeal could overturn findings and still not warrant improved CAMEL score in alleged sexual harassment case against examiner.
Credit union attorney agrees, says issue now is if regional director erred in nixing original appeal after NCUA backed examiner accused of sexual harrassment.
Ohio credit considering next move in appeal of case alleging harassment, bullying by NCUA examiner.
An examiner assigned to the $32 million Commodore Perry FCU did not harass employees or retaliate against the Oak Harbor, Ohio-based credit union, the NCUA said Oct. 9.
Agency stands by examiner who witnesses said allegedly called himself “The Liquidator” and made inappropriate statements to four female employees.
Agency says request for further explanation from small Ohio credit union adds 30 days to appeal process.