HIGHSTOWN, N.J. — The New Jersey Credit Union League said Thursday it has formed a five-member search committee headed by Cindy Rein-Zima, president/CEO of Hamilton Horizons FCU, to begin recruitmen to find the replacement for fired CEO Bob Walls.

In a brief release, NJCUL Chairman Rina Pantano said the committee “represents credit unions of varying sizes and types from across the state” and is dedicated “to find the right person” to lead the trade group in the future. It was unclear whether the league would be hiring an outside firm to assist in the search.

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