SAN ANTONIO -- Despite setbacks in the quest to get an increase in the cap on member business loans, CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney said prospects are "not dead yet."
The Credit Union Association of Oregon and the Washington Credit Union League announced plans Thursday to merge, effective next January.
The California/Nevada Credit Union League has kicked off its search for a successor to its president/CEO, Bill Cheney, who is taking the CUNA helm July 5.
CUNA and state leagues said last week their massive lobbying effort to oppose the Durbin interchange amendment triggered an estimated 35,000 letters and e-mail messages to U.S. senators, but that was apparently dwarfed by retailers' counter campaign.
The industry's massive lobbying effort this week to oppose Sen. Durbin's interchange amendment triggered an estimated 35,000 letters and e-mail messages to U.S. senators but that was apparently dwarfed by retailers' counter campaign.
Reaching inside the credit union movement following the tenure of a prominent outsider, CUNA last week named California-Nevada Credit Union League President Bill Cheney as its new leader.
The California/Nevada Credit Union League formally picked a seven-member search committee Monday to recruit a replacement for CEO Bill Cheney, also selecting O'Rourke and Associates of San Francisco as its search firm.
A day after its CEO, William Cheney, was designated as the new head of CUNA, the California/Nevada Credit Union League was making plans to find a replacement.
Though emphasizing that the decision must ultimately made by people in the credit union movement, CUNA President/CEO-designate Bill Cheney said today he believes there should be one voice for credit unions.
California-Nevada Credit Union League President Bill Cheney was named the president/CEO of CUNA today.