This week's people news includes a new hire at CUNA, a credit union CEO retirement and several service awards.
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PSCU told its members March 3 it has a strategic plan in place while it seeks a new CEO. The CUSO also expressed gratitude to former CEO Mike Kelly for his four years of service.
Payments CUSO Chairman Mike Valentine tells credit unions the firm has a strategic plan in place.
The $5.6 billion Bethpage Federal Credit Union in Bethpage, N.Y., named Lynda Nicolino to the newly created position of corporate general counsel where her focus will be on government relations. Nicolino was general counsel and secretary of the Long Island Power Authority where she had worked for the past 15...
Read about the latest new hires, promotions, retirements and other career milestones in the credit union industry.
The $183 million Aspire Federal Credit Union in Clark, N.J., hired Joseph Riccardo as its first chief information officer. Riccardo's hiring follows the credit union's decision to convert to the Corelation KeyStone core processing platform next year, Aspire said. Riccardo has more than 30 years of financial and technology experience,...
John McCloy promoted from within in Colorado, and other industry career news.
Tom Nix, who sold his family financial services business to Kinecta FCU in 2007, shares details on the deal and his eventual departure.