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BALTIMORE — The NCUA will re-send a previous letter to its examiners stating its exam priorities for small credit unions and retrain them about how to examine them, according to NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz.

Matz told attendees at the National Federation of Community Development Credit Union’s annual meeting on Friday that the agency has had a 40% turnover in examiners since 2010 when it last sent the letter explaining what the agency expected from its examiners regarding small credit unions.


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