Brian Best served as executive vice president and svp/chief experience officer.
Joe Brancucci officially departs Wednesday after what he calls an intense, stressful six years as CEO.
The review, which the credit union says it is not related to financials, prompts a leave of absence for Joe Brancucci.
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A Feb. 17 webinar will showcase best services advice from CU Times Trailblazer winners.
Poor and middle-class Americans give more to charity, while wealthy taxpayers donate less.
Don’t expect Joe Brancucci to back down from his convictions, especially when it comes to how credit unions have the choice of evolving or face extinction.
After 11 years as a leading mortgage CUSO, Prime Alliance has been sold to become a subsidiary of Mortgage Cadence, a mortgage technology firm with a similar approach and some credit union clients. As a subsidiary of Mortgage Cadence, the firm will no longer remain a CUSO.
Prime Alliance sale ends 11 years as CUSO, adds capital to growth and upgrades. Find out more in this preview from next week's print edition.
Brancucci succeeds Marge McNaught of Premier America as CUSO board chairman.