12 CFR 796.2 - Who is considered a senior examiner of the NCUA?

§ 796.2 Who is considered a senior examiner of the NCUA?
For purposes of this part, an NCUA employee is considered to be the “senior examiner” for a federally insured credit union if the employee—
(a) Has been authorized by NCUA to conduct examinations or inspections of federally insured credit unions on behalf of NCUA;
(b) Has continuing, broad, and lead responsibility for examining or inspecting that federally insured credit union;
(c) Routinely interacts with officers or employees of that federally insured credit union; and
(d) Devotes a substantial portion of his or her time to supervising or examining that federally insured credit union.

Title 12 published on 2014-01-01

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