executives

  • Credit Union Execs Show Pessimism

    An increasing number of executives are pessimistic about the 2013 outlook for their credit unions because of more regulations, low interest rates and a weak economic recovery, according to a Web survey of 271 credit union leaders by Abound Resources, an Austin, Texas-based management consulting firm.

  • CUES Names Top Finalists

    Credit union executives from three countries and three states comprise the five finalists for the Next Top Credit Union Exec award from CUES.

  • CUES Names Next Top Credit Union Exec Finalists

    Winner to be determined at gathering in Florida in November; finalists from U.S., Canada and Australia.

  • CMFG Life Insurance Promotes Trunzo to President

    Robert N. Trunzo has been promoted to president of CMFG Life Insurance Co. at CUNA Mutual Group. He had been EVP and COO of CMG.

  • Auto Lending Portfolios Want to Grow

    Jim Adamczyk can remember receiving an increase in calls from banks interested in FAIRWINDS Credit Union’s auto loan portfolio. That was as recent as 2010, said Adamczyk, executive vice president of lending, for the $1.7 billion cooperative in Orlando, Fla.

  • Republican Convention Seats Two CU CEOs

    Credit union events at the Republican National Convention happened outside the walls of the Tampa Bay Times Forum last week, but two credit union CEOs were among those inside the convention, listening to the speeches and roll call.

  • Newest Credit Union Backed by Internet Pioneer

    An Internet trailblazer and former banking executive are the unusual pair behind the chartering and eventual launch of the newest federal credit union.

  • Cooke Named Publisher of Credit Union Times

    Summit Business Media announced last week that Credit Union Times Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke has been promoted to publisher/editor-in-chief.

  • Directors Gain New Rules of the Road From Consultants

    Consultants seem to agree that governing a credit union has become more daunting. And the trend toward greater board accountability isn’t likely to go away.

  • Annaloro to Retire From Northwest League

    The Northwest Credit Union Association made it official last week. Its veteran CEO John Annaloro is retiring Oct. 2. He will be succeeded by Troy Stang, the president of the trade group that resulted from the merger of the Oregon and Washington leagues in 2011 and includes members from Alaska.

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