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The NCUA is hosting listening sessions around the country for credit unions to air their grievances. The agency is providing notepads to write down comments and questions that can then be shared anonymously with the group for NCUA response.

As an observer at the NCUA listening session in Alexandria, Va., last week, I heard a lot of things you’d expect. Questions from the audience ranged from are examiners evaluated after examining a credit union to what is the agency doing about credit unions converting to mutual savings banks to escape the corporate assessments.

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