WASHINGTON (1/28/13)--Well over 1,000 credit unions sent in their federal and state examination stories to the Credit Union National Association in response to CUNA's recent survey request.
In fact, 1,300 respondents took the time to detail their experiences--good, bad and in-between--on this key topic for credit unions.
The CUNA survey asked credit unions to detail their experiences with on-site National Credit Union Administration and state regulatory examinations, and to describe their satisfaction level with both the federal and state examinations process. Credit unions also described the strengths and weaknesses of the examination system.
The information gleaned from the survey responses will help CUNA and the leagues hone their exam issue advocacy efforts.
Results of the survey will be released in time for this year's CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference. The conference is scheduled for Feb. 24-28 in Washington, D.C.