The Idaho Credit Union League has agreed to pay its former president/CEO, Chris Johnson, $3,930 after a court-supervised mediation process at Idaho Fourth District Court's small claims department in Boise.
League to pay ousted CEO $3,930 in unreimbursed business expenses.
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The NCUA approved 12 consolidations in January 2014, down from 17 in January 2013, and 22 in January 2012.
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Christopher Johnson tells CU Times why he thinks he was fired from the Idaho league after just five months.
Kathy Thomson, who joined the Idaho Credit Union League as a supply clerk in 1973 when there were more than 160 credit unions throughout the Gem State, is now the league's new president/CEO.
Denver-area corporate did not reveal if new members paid in capital to join.
The NCUA approved only about half as many mergers in January as it did two years earlier.
Kathy Thomson, who had been interim CEO after Christopher Johnson's departure, worked her way up from supply clerk.