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CUNA has launched a Website where it says it want to hear from member credit unions about issues they have recently had with with their NCUA examiners.

“We have heard from credit unions a lot over the last few months that many are finding their examiners and exams to have been a lot more difficult than they were previously,” said Mary Dunn, senior vice president for CUNA.

The new website, which includes a link to a survey the association prepared on the topic, is an attempt to quantify the data and get a more accurate picture of the scope of the problems credit unions are reporting, Dunn explained.

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