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WASHINGTON — Credit unions may have the chance to share their good and bad experiences with federal and state examiners.

CUNA just sent out 2,000 surveys to randomly selected credit unions of all sizes from all regions of the country.

Respondents will be asked to evaluate the caliber of examiners and how realistic their recommendations for improving a credit unions operations and financial performance. They will also be able to say if they experienced retaliation for challenging findings or if the examiner made “philosophically inappropriate” or financially unsound recommendations.

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