NCUA FAQs 2016 – How can a federal credit union dispute or appeal a fair lending exam or an off-site supervision contact?

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Q:  How can a federal credit union dispute or appeal a fair lending exam or an off-site supervision contact?
 
A:     If a federal credit union disagrees with its fair lending examination report, the credit union may request a review by the OCFPA Director.  The OCFPA Director will also resolve all concerns or disputes about the results of a supervision contact, or direct a fair lending exam if a supervision contact identifies questionable fair lending or overt discriminatory practices. Fair Lending examinations and off-site supervision contacts are not considered material supervisory determinations and, therefore, are not subject to appeal or review under Interpretive Ruling and Policy Statement (IRPS) 11-1, as amended by IRPS 12-1.
 
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
This information was obtained from the NCUA’s Fair Lending Compliance Program For Federal Credit Unions, Frequently Asked Questions and Answers – December 2016, which may be accessed here: https://www.ncua.gov/Legal/GuidesEtc/GuidesManuals/NCUA-Fair-Lending-Compliance-Program-FAQs.pdf
 

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