An employee at Texans CUSO Insurance Group LLC told Credit Union Times on Oct. 29 that Mike Haselden, the CUSO's CEO, will be leaving the company.

Credit Union Times contacted the CUSO and asked to speak to Haselden. An employee who answered the phone referred the reporter to Jeff Ellis. The employee said Haselden "will be leaving the company." According to another source, Haselden resigned on Oct. 29. Another manager with the insurance group resigned on Oct. 26.

Calls to Texans Credit Union's public relations managers and Mike Sauer, president/CEO of the $1.7 billion Texans Credit Union, the CUSO's owner, were not returned by press time.

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