Instead, the outgoing CUNA CEO says returning to Southern California to lead the $10B SchoolsFirst FCU is an opportunity he can't turn down.
CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney is leaving Washington and the highest paying job in the credit union industry. Who will take his place?
The CUNA board has a golden opportunity to transform the organization in ways that could boldly lead credit unions into the future. Or not.
Former California league CEO Cheney returns to SoCal in June to replace a retiring Rudy Hanley at the $10B SchoolsFirst FCU.
Chairman Debbie Matz also says RBC will be the last significant rule of her term, which ends next April.
Webinar will focus on ways the NCUA could improve its risk-based proposal before the rule is finalized.
Opposing trade groups put their differences aside to join forces in a letter to Congress supporting patent troll legislation.
WASHINGTON — Twitter and timing, taxes and terrorism all helped make for a lively Governmental Affairs Conference last week in the nation's capital.
Truly the last look as people said goodbye and headed home from GAC.
All the news stories, exclusive video interviews and photos from CUNA's 2014 Governmental Affairs Conference.