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THE WOODLANDS, Texas – Surveys have already gone out to credit unions to get feedback on their respective supplemental executive retire-ment programs, according to D. Hilton Associates Inc. The firm said it will use the data to compile its annual SERP survey. Because of “wide interest in SERPs as an executive compensation and retention tool,” DHA provides a summary of survey results to all survey participants. “Our work in executive recruiting and in helping credit unions to establish retention and retirement programs for CEOs and other executives provides us with certain insights regarding how executive compensation in credit unions is changing,” said Debbie Hilton, executive vice president of DHA, who leads the firm’s retention and retirement practice. Hilton said all credit unions with more than $50 million in assets should have received survey forms through the mail by now. If not, they can obtain the form through the “DHA News” section on the firm’s Web site at www.dhilton.com. Over the past couple of years, the SERP survey has provided a complement to DHA’s informal observations by providing a view of the industry that extends beyond its client base, Hilton said. DHA has served the credit union industry since 1985. In addition to its work in retention and retirement, the firm provides marketing and advertising, market research, management recruiting, and human resources services to credit unions.

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