Thomas Renz, president of the $32 million Commodore Perry FCU,said he expects a decision from the NCUA's Supervisory ReviewCommittee regarding his exam appealby the first week in December.

SRC Chairman Joy Lee confirmed that timeline, saying thecommittee anticipates issuing a decision on the appeal within 30days.

The Oak Harbor, Ohio-headquartered Commodore Perry alleges itsriskier CAMEL score resulted from examiner retaliation after creditunion management complained to NCUA that its examiner harassedemployees.

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