Archive

Go to:

December 2017
SMTWTFS
12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31
< Nov Jan >
Leaguer Email Subscription

You are not currently subscribed. Click Subscribe below to receive the Leaguer email.

Carolinas Credit Union League Selects Credit Union Resources to Conduct President/CEO Search
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 6:45 AM

Carolinas Credit Union League, located in Raleigh, N.C., has selected Credit Union Resources to conduct a search for the position of president/CEO. Carolinas Credit Union League’s board expressed the need for a thorough and effective search for this critical position and chose Credit Union Resources based on its expertise in executive search within the financial services industry.

The Carolinas Credit Union League is at its core the primary advocate for credit unions, helping to focus members’ collective political voice. Yet, it is much more than a strong advocate by helping promote credit union success through regulatory compliance support, product enhancement, service delivery, and employee education. Established in 2014, the not-for-profit Carolinas Credit Union League unites the former leagues of North Carolina and South Carolina, each begun in 1934 by leaders committed to the cooperative spirit and the common goal of credit union growth.

As the president/CEO, this visionary executive will be responsible for strategically leading the league. The position requires an individual with a history of strong leadership skills and executive-level experience at a financial institution.

The executive search for Carolinas Credit Union League’s president/CEO will be led by Marcus Cotton, vice president of executive recruiting at Credit Union Resources.

About Credit Union Resources
Credit Union Resources is a service corporation that provides industry-leading solutions and expertise to credit unions across the country. Credit Union Resources is a part of the Cornerstone Credit Union League, a regional trade association representing the interests of credit unions in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.