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As the NCUA moves toward offsite examinations, the agency must improve the consistency of its exams and should extend its exam cycles, credit union trade groups told the agency this week.

“NAFCU members continue to share concerns about exam consistency, even during this year’s virtual exams, making this an issue which should be the central focus of the NCUA’s efforts to transition to virtual exams,” NAFCU Director of Regulatory Affairs Ann Kossachev told the NCUA in a letter.

David Baumann


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