Both CUNA and NAFCU announced efforts last week to address what they claimed were increasingly difficult and contentious relationships their member credit unions have been experiencing with their NCUA examiners.

CUNA announced that it has launched a website called "Exam and Supervisory Issues" to gather information about the phenomenon in a more standardized way.

"So far most of what we have gotten is anecdotal," explained Mary Dunn. "We are launching the website to both dispense information to credit unions and also to collect information in a survey so we can get a handle on just how widespread these issues have become."

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