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BALTIMORE — Federal examiners at small credit unions will begin looking more closely for internal controls and fraud prevention, an NCUA official said Thursday.

Timothy Segerson, deputy director of the agency’s Office of Examination and Insurance, said that while fraud cases at small credit unions generally do not cost large amounts of money, they frequently represent losses significantly larger than the credit unions themselves.

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