The NCUA has recommended that credit unions improvetheir exam process by getting to know their examiners. However,examiner turnover could make that strategy a challenge. Meanwhile,the 2014 midterm elections could shift Senate control to theRepublican party, and may have an impact on key legislative issuesimportant to the credit union industry.

NCUA Examiner 2014 Turnover Rate Is 8.1%: NCUABoard Chairman Debbie Matz said she is encouraged by the lowerexaminer turnover in recent years.

Key Senate Races Up for Grabs in MidtermElection: Credit unions are eyeing a numberof competitive Senate races.

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