WASHINGTON (8/15/14)--The Credit Union National Association has sent a survey to credit union officials asking for opinion on the National Credit Union Administration's 5300 Call Reports. The survey aims to gather information on credit unions' experiences with the call reports and completing and submitting the required data.
The survey was developed by CUNA interim Chief Economist Mike Schenk, and asks respondents to answer on a five-point scale how much they agree or disagree with 21 statements. The statements involve topics from the ease of submission to what changes could reduce regulatory burden.
CUNA interim President/CEO Bill Hampel said in the e-mail to credit unions that the survey will "enable us to better identify the issues and challenges our nation's credit unions may be facing with respect to the Call Report requirements, and how CUNA can best help address credit unions' needs in this area."
The survey, which should take about five minutes to complete, will be analyzed by CUNA staff confidentially, with only the combined results being reported to CUNA.
Use the resource link to access the survey.