Credit union managers from Tennessee, California and Washington state win CUES' top marketing honors.
Credit union CEOs who manage more than $250 million in assets earn more in base salary and total compensation than their banking counterparts do, according to the 2013 CUES Executive Compensation Survey, released Aug. 2.
Apples vs. oranges, industry types say, especially when talking about publicly traded banks.
Average raise was 6.43% this year. Average base salary $552,318 for billion-dollar credit unions.
Leadership organization commits $25,000 to credit union think tank.
The Credit Union Executives Society and Michael Neill & Associates Inc. have announced a contest designed to bring attention to credit union employees who are “Doin’ it Right.” That is, employees who offeg outstanding service to every member at every touch point. The winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize.
Credit Union Executives Society announces a call to entry for the 2013 Golden Mirror Awards. CUES recognizes the credit union industry’s most creative and results-producing marketing efforts in this annual competition.
Johnson stepping down as CUES president/CEO on Dec. 31.
Madison, Wis., building now The Fred Johnson Center for Leadership Development.
PSCU executive will succeed longtime CUES President/CEO Fred Johnson upon his Dec. 31 retirement.