Credit Union Times Magazine April 23, 2014

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  • Calif. Bill Targets Breach Liability

    Two California legislators have introduced a bill which could take the strongest stand in the country on retailer responsibility for consumer data breaches.

  • Bert Hash Retires in June

    Bert Hash Jr. plans to retire in June after 17 years as president/CEO of the $1.3 billion MECU of Baltimore, the credit union announced April 14.

  • Idaho League Settles With Ex-CEO

    The Idaho Credit Union League has agreed to pay its former president/CEO, Chris Johnson, $3,930 after a court-supervised mediation process at Idaho Fourth District Court's small claims department in Boise.

  • Ex-CEO Gets Three Years

    Debra Kinney, the former CEO of Border Lodge Credit Union in Derby, Vt., will serve three years in federal prison for embezzling more than $630,000 from accounts of 33 members.

  • Wisconsin Governor Signs Reg Reform

    The Wisconsin Credit Union League praised a regulatory reform package signed into law by Republican Gov. Scott Walker on April 16.


  • People

    The $789 million Charter Oak Federal Credit Union in Groton, Conn., named Michael Ballirano manager of its new branch to open in June at its new headquarters complex in Waterford, Conn. He currently is manager of Charter Oak's Montville and Niantic branches and joined the credit union in 2011.

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