Three credit unions have filled the spots left behind by their retiring longtime CEOs, including one that had to fill the seat for the first time in its 37-year history.
CEO moves top list of credit union people news this week.
Through the transformation of iPads into sophisticated banking kiosks and other frontline technology channels credit union tellers are able to work more efficiently than ever before while freeing up more time and opportunities to deepen relationships with members.
CO-OP Financial Services announced that the entry period is now open for the CO-OP THINK Prize 13. Entrants have until Sept. 28 to complete round one applications and become eligible for the $10,000 grand prize sponsored by MasterCard.
Paul Yang, CEO of the $124 million Premier Community Credit Union in Stockton, Calif., was named the recipient of the CO-OP THINK Prize 2012.
With a $10,000 grand prize presented by MasterCard at stake, three finalists have been named for the second annual CO-OP THINK Prize, created in 2010 to inspire innovative solutions to the issues confronting the credit union industry.