OAK HARBOR, Ohio-After appealing its latest examination results to NCUA as being retaliatory, Commodore Perry FCU will get the opportunity to present its case to NCUA's Supervisory Review Committee Nov. 7.

However, President Thomas Renz told Credit Union Journal he is concerned about the task ahead. Commodore Perry has appealed its examination results-including a lowering of its CAMEL score-alleging that numerous findings are not only inaccurate and false, but a result of examiner retaliation against the CU stemming from Commodore Perry alleging examiner misconduct. NCUA's Office of Inspector General investigated the conduct allegations but found no evidence of misconduct. The examiner has been transferred away from Commodore Perry.

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