The NCUA Board will experience significant turnover in 2013 when President Obama is expected to appoint candidates to fill two out of three spots left vacant by Gigi Hyland, who resigned in October 2012, and Michael Fryzel, whose term ends Aug. 2, 2013.
NCUA Board will see some turnover in the coming year, with two seats expected to be filled.
While President Obama won a resounding victory in his re-election quest, credit union trade groups celebrated their successes in the congressional races and turned their attention to the Congress’s lame duck session.
The 2012 elections came and went, but the Republican revolution never showed. Democrat Barack Obama will return to the White House for four more years, and the Democrats not only retained control of the Senate, they picked up another seat.
Business people to join credit unions in outreach on MBL cap during congressional lame duck.
"I see a brand new ball game," says former congressman/CUNA CEO.
NAFCU, CUNA leaders tabbed as top lobbyists by The Hill.
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.
Troy Stang will assume CEO title after Annaloro retirement from Northwest Credit Union Association.
NAFCU's Fred Becker made $645,998 last year; CUNA's Bill Cheney came in at $1,129,651.