Some veteran board members quip they can remember the days when their biggest challenge was choosing the color for the carpet at the newest branch.
Year-long program allows managers to take development training on the job.
No job is harder for a board of directors of a credit union, but no job is more crucial than knowing when to separate the cooperative from a lagging chief executive officer and having the strength to act.
This provocative topic is the focus of this preview from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.
Call Ed Speed, CEO of $1.8 billion Texas Dow Employees Credit Union in Lake Jackson, Texas, a maverick. That is a reputation he has won as he has pulled his institution out of credit union industry mainstays such as CUNA and the Texas league.
Retirements, promotions in and around credit unions in the year now past.
Sharon Custer may ditch her watch. Rob Givens wants to explore Civil War sites. Mike Phipps would like more fellow CEOs to share retirement information.
Late last year the NCUA published its regulation on expectations for credit union directors. The agency focused specifically on financial literacy and how it will be measured. As the July 27 deadline for compliance looms, Credit Union Leadership Forum conducted a survey of credit union executives and board members as...
Perhaps the office in Brighton, Mich., reflects what’s been happening as Lake Trust Credit Union marks its first year.