NAFCU's Fred Becker made $645,998 last year; CUNA's Bill Cheney came in at $1,129,651.
ARLINGTON, Va. — Despite an uncertain economy, aggressive regulators and myriad other challenges, there is a great deal for credit unions to be happy about, NAFCU President/CEO Fred Becker said at the Jan. 9 meeting of the Metropolitan Area Credit Union Management Association.
CUNA is puffed up this month about a noteworthy achievement. Its online education series is now 10 years old and has reached what the trade group considers a noteworthy 104,000 self-study courses taught to CU staffers and directors across the U.S.
Despite many obstacles, there is plenty for credit unions to be happy about, according to NAFCU President Fred Becker.
Former associate director had left trade group earlier this year, now returns in director role.
NAFCU Senior Vice President Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications Jay Morris announced he will leave his post this fall after an 11-year tenure at the trade association.
Here's a look at what's going on at the 44th annual NAFCU conference this week in San Francisco. Click on through for a slide show.
Demangone succeeds Patrick Morris, has been NAFCU vice president of regulatory compliance.
During NAFCU President/CEO Fred Becker’s 11-year tenure he has seen the best of times and the worst of times for credit unions. Credit Union Times Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke sat down with him in NAFCU’s Arlington, Va. headquarters on the occasion of his anniversary to discuss key topics from the...