MADISON, Wis. (11/7/14)--The Credit Union National Association and state leagues are reminding credit unions to share their examination experiences through CUNA's online survey.
The survey gives credit unions the chance to provide feedback to CUNA and state leagues on their most recent examinations by the National Credit Union Administration or state regulators.
"We are particularly interested in hearing from credit unions that have been examined since the last time they completed the survey, or that have not completed this exam survey," said CUNA Chief Policy Officer/Chief Economist Bill Hampel.
According to a March 27 News Now article, more credit union CEOs were satisfied with their exams (58%) than dissatisfied (27%), although this finding has slipped slightly from 2012's results of 61% and 25%.
The ongoing survey covers topics such as the length of an on-site exam, the satisfaction of the credit union with the exam and the results, and problems areas--if any--noted by the examiner. CUNA has provided an optional section where credit unions can identify and rate individual examiners.
Survey replies are confidential, and identifying information from individual credit union respondents will not be seen by individuals outside of CUNA's Market Research and Consumer Education Department. Only summary results will be reported.