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ATLANTA — It continues to be a thorny issue for the industry even as the NCUA reassures credit unions that it is beefing up training for its examiners from hiring outside consultants to revamping courses.

Nearly 45% of the NCUA’s examiners have been on staff for less than three years, said Robert Parrish, supervision analyst for NCUA Region III speaking at the Member Business Solutions LLC’s Credit Union Small Business Summit last week. Examiners who are in the grade 12 category are required to attend all three levels of training course work.

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