The NCUA told Credit Union Times Oct. 30 it is currently developing new exam procedures to improve the identification of fraud risk indicators, especially at small institutions.

The move comes after the regulator opted last year to reduce the amount of time it spends on-site conducting exams to 40 hours for qualified credit unions with assets fewer than than $10 million and a CAMEL rating of three or better.

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