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Thread Starter: Anonymous
Title: Re: Question about regulators and CMS exam

Hello. We are FDIC regulated and received an entry letter for our CMS exam a couple of months ago and have not heard anything since. I am out of the office this week and the EIC contacted our CEO late yesterday afternoon and asked to conduct the interview on Wednesday. The CEO told him I was out of the office and he did not want to do it without me. He seemed unhappy with the request to reschedule and asked if we could send him the informal questionnaire answers.

Is this normal to request such a short time frame (40 hours) before the interview and essentially refuse to reschedule it? The questionnaire is for our purposes and we do not have formal responses documented within it.

Has anyone run into this before? Is it reasonable to ask the EIC to reschedule? I don't want to get off on the wrong foot but I feel a live interview with key personnel is much more effective in helping them determine the scope of their examination. Please help!!