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  • Md. League Picks Staatz as Chairman

    Rod Staatz, president/CEO of State Employees Credit Union of Maryland, has been elected chair of the executive committee of the Maryland and District of Columbia Credit Union Association.

  • DeMarco Named CEO at Community Driven CU

    Renee DeMarco has been named president/CEO of Community Driven Credit Union of Ypsilanti, Mich.

  • Election Year Political Support Prompts Industry Discord

    Credit union consultant, blogger and Capitol Hill veteran Marvin Umholtz said the nation’s growing political divide is apparent among credit union leaders and fuels comments he receives from his readers and colleagues.

  • CU 24's Jim Park to Step Down

    Jim Park, founder of one of the nation’s two national credit union-owned ATM and point of sale networks, will step down from his position as president/CEO of Credit Union 24 at the end 2012. Mansel Guerry, former CEO of the 5,200-member $30 million Brightview Credit Union in Ridgeland, Miss., will...

  • Cooperative Trust: Creating a Strong CU Culture

    The need for succession planning in credit unions isn’t a secret. There is a very real need to groom future industry leaders as many CEOs prepare to retire.

  • Ed Speed to Retire in October

    This fall will bring a few changes in leadership at Texas DOW Employees Credit Union. President/CEO Ed Speed has announced he will retire effective Oct. 1.

  • CEO Pay Ticks Up

    The average credit union CEO now makes $260,807 a year, according to the 2012 CUES executive compensation survey released last week.

  • East Idaho CU Names Bauges CEO

    East Idaho Credit Union has tapped Brad Bauges as its new president/CEO.

  • Pannier Leaves REALTORS FCU

    Jane Pannier, CEO of the $75 million REALTORS Federal Credit Union, will take a position as senior vice president at NeighborBench, a cloud-based platform that connects credit unions with a team of compliance experts, on Aug 1.

  • CEO Larry Hayes Hits the Ground Running

    When it comes to putting a plan in place and then bringing it to life, Larry Hayes doesn’t like to waste time pontificating on minutiae.

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