The credit union movement likes to brag that it's female friendly, but is the industry playing field equal?
Executive Compensation Solutions' annual survey says pay differential across all asset classes.
It doesn’t matter what kind of job you do or how much you get paid. Every working person has wondered at some point, “Am I getting paid enough?”
As consultants in the credit union movement, we often hear, “Our CEO is planning to retire in five years, and we haven’t put any kind of retirement program in place. What can we do now?”
The National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations has put together its first-ever Mortgage Services Compensation Study.
Average compensation for CFOs jumped 18% from 2011 to 2012 at financial institutions with assets of $25 million to $2 billion, according to an analysis by Chicago-based accounting and consulting firm BDO USA.
Consultancy survey finds jump at financial institutions with assets up to $2 billion. Banking CEOs take up 10% in same period.
PHOENIX—Of the 255 CEOs hired by credit unions in the past 18 months, 64% have promoted or hired CFOs.
Bankers pay for analysis from consultant Marvin Umholtz; NWCUA fires back.
CUES said it has partnered with Carlson Dettmann Consulting LLC of Madison, Wis., and Intelligent Compensation LLC of Pflugerville, Texas.