David Hilton

  • Boards Prefer CFOs

    PHOENIX — As baby boomer CEOs retire, boards are increasingly replacing them with chief financial officers, D. Hilton Associates President/CEO David Hilton told attendees during his breakout session at the CUNA CFO Council conference May 20 at the Wild Horse Pass Resort.

  • Onsite Coverage: 64% of New CU CEOs Were CFOs

    PHOENIX—Of the 255 CEOs hired by credit unions in the past 18 months, 64% have promoted or hired CFOs.

  • Leadership Needs Abound

    The last few years have been very interesting to comment on the news and, while some things have slowed down, now is no different. Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.

  • CEO Talent Pool Is Shrinking Due to Specialization

    The $1.7 billion GECU of El Paso, Texas, just selected GECU Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Crystal Long to succeed President/CEO Harriet May following her retirement on March 31. Meanwhile, the $5 billion, Palo Alto, Calif.-based First Tech Credit Union is saying goodbye to President/CEO Benson Porter, who...

  • Leadership in the Home Office and the Capital: Editor’s Column

    Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.

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