PALM BEACH, Fla. — When Fred Johnson, CEO of CUES for the last 23 years, says he’s going to retire at year-end he means it. And he’s going to enjoy the life of a kept man.
The Credit Union Executives Society recently reached a membership milestone. It now serves more than 10,000 individual credit union members. And the organization noted that CUES membership has grown by 50% since 2009.
The Credit Union Executives Society has more than its 50th anniversary to celebrate.
Training process includes participation in online courses, guest speaker events, webinars and meeting agendas that center on strategic planning for the credit union’s future.
The Credit Union Executives Society started in 1962 as a CUNA department known as the CUES (which at the time stood for Credit Union Executive Services) Managers Society. Now in its 50th year, the organization is the go-to resource for credit union leaders. CUES’ wealth of services includes educational programs,...
After 23 years, Fred Johnson, president and CEO of the Credit Union Executives Society will retire effective Dec. 31, 2012.
Stepping down next Dec. 31 after more that two decades on job.
CUES has unveiled a free online training course to help all volunteers meet the new NCUA financial literacy requirement for federal credit unions.
CUES has teamed with BoardSource to offer credit union volunteers more education options through its Center for Credit Union Board Excellence.
CUES has tapped nine industry experts as advisers to the new Center for Credit Union Board Excellence.