Changes at the top at some credit unions in 2013 caused some surprise.
Changes at the top at some credit unions in 2013 caught some by surprise.
SchoolsFirst EVP takes over from Ken Burns at $4 billion Patelco.
Final arbitration award documents obtained by Credit Union Times reveal a legal dispute between Ken Burns and the billion-dollar Tech CU, where he formerly served in the corner office.
Arbitrator rules that Burns was negotiating merger with Patelco while serving as Tech CU's CEO.
California credit union hires new chief technologist, says DDoS attacks were not a factor.
In an “amicable” decision made between Patelco President/CEO Ken Burns and the $3.9 billion credit union’s board, Burns will resign effective sometime this summer.
Outgoing CEO, board chair agree that resignation is voluntary; Burns says he seeks new challenge.
Board chairman confirms exit of CEO of four years at $3.9 billion California credit union.
Patelco has confirmed that on Feb. 25 the large Northern California credit union was down for “around two hours” in a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack which overwhelms a web host with data, effectively knocking it out of commission.