2015 Bank & Credit Union Exam Survey

Apr 9, 2015

Federal examination survey

See results from the 2015 Bank & Credit Union Examination Survey here.

Open to all financial institution professionals, the 2015 Bank & Credit Union Examination Survey focuses on the federal exam experience. The survey asks which areas of federal oversight received the most criticism for an individual institution, in hopes of better understanding how banks and credit unions in the U.S. are faring during their regular examinations. All responses are anonymous and confidential and will be complied into a comprehensive report to be released to participants this summer.

For reference, you may access the 2013 Bank & Credit Union Examination Survey (ALLL.com login required), which included recommendations that 165 respondent banks and credit unions received during their federal exams during the previous 12 months. The survey findings were anonymously broken down by regulatory agency, with sections related to the OCC, FDIC, Federal Reserve, and the NCUA.

Federal examinations often are a source of stress for bankers and credit union professionals. The survey speaks to a number of potential risk management pain points for financial institutions, including allowance for loan and lease losses (ALLL), credit analysis, loan review and others. Additionally, the survey breaks out the topic of stress testing, to gauge if there has been an increased pressure by examiners to stress the portfolio.

Bankers and credit union professionals can click here to access the 2015 survey. If you take this year’s survey, we will send you the complimentary results upon completion of the survey.

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2015 Findings: Abrigo Bank & Credit Union Examination Survey