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CEO Pay: How Much Is Right?
Call CEO pay the credit union governance hot potato. “This is certainly an increasingly hot topic,” said attorney Michael Lozoff, chair of the credit union practice at Shutts and Bowen in Miami.
Branding Guru Lets Loose on CU Name Changes
At first glance this sounds like a finance company for GTE. And I assume that GTE was the General Telephone & Electronics Corporation which no longer exists.
Riverbed adds inbound QoS to help enterprises prioritize bandwidth
Text 100, a worldwide public relations firm, has deployed both outbound and inbound QoS capabilities on the 23 Steelhead appliances deployed at its branch office locations.
Cloud Loan Processing Called a 'Game Changer'
The nCino system's dash board presents a complete picture of the processing of a member business loan in real time. Time is money, and entrepreneurs never seem to have enough of both.
Auto Lending Portfolios Want to Grow
Jim Adamczyk can remember receiving an increase in calls from banks interested in FAIRWINDS Credit Union's auto loan portfolio.
HR VP Byron Stout Named Interim President/CEO at Meritrust
Byron Stout, vice president of human resources at Meritrust Credit Union, has been tapped as interim president/CEO of the $830 million Wichita, Kan.
NCUA Launches Low-Income Credit Union Blitz in MBL Boost
More than 1,000 credit unions were told by the NCUA on Tuesday that they can use a simple opt-in reply to become a Low-Income Designated Credit Union.
Barry Roach Named CEO at SafeAmerica Credit Union
Barry Roach has been named president/CEO of the $293 million SafeAmerica Credit Union, the San Francisco credit union's board announced.
Trade CEOs Received Pay Raises in 2011, Per IRS 990 Forms
Last year's IRS 990 reports, available on, reveal that the chief executives at both CUNA and NAFCU received pay raises in 2011.
Employers Working to Avoid Obamacare Requirements
With 51 "full-time" employees, that company is now considered a large employer. If the 35 actual full-time employees receive a subsidy for a health care exchange plan, that employer will be have to pay a $10,000 penalty.