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The March 12 announcement that CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney had resigned from the trade association to take the CEO job at SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union sparked debate in the industry over CUNA’s future. Is CUNA on the right track when it comes to leading credit unions into the future? Or are radical changes required in Madison and Washington?  Read what CU Times, CUNA and other industry leaders think. And, please share your opinion below in the comments section, or email a letter to the editor to [email protected]

CUNA Search More Than Just Replacing Cheney: CU Times Executive Editor Heather Anderson’s March 12 column about the need for change at CUNA

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