PSCU executive will succeed longtime CUES President/CEO Fred Johnson upon his Dec. 31 retirement.
Bert J. Hash Jr., president/CEO of the $1.2 billion Municipal Employees Credit Union of Baltimore, was named as the 2012 CUES Outstanding Chief Executive.
Winner to be determined at gathering in Florida in November; finalists from U.S., Canada and Australia.
CUES said it has partnered with Carlson Dettmann Consulting LLC of Madison, Wis., and Intelligent Compensation LLC of Pflugerville, Texas.
SVP/CFO at Pioneer West Virginia FCU to be honored at Florida gathering in November.
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.
CUES is offering its original membership price - $50 - during the month of June to celebrate the organization's 50th anniversary.
Nominations for leader 35 and younger can be submitted through June 15 at www.ntcue.com
When Credit Union Times asked Fred Johnson, president/CEO for Credit Union Executives Society, what he sees as an emerging trend in the way credit unions are run, one of his responses was “collaboration.”