CEOs Have Averaged 6.6% Pay Increases Over The Past Year

Birch, Ray; Diekmann, Frank
December 2012
Credit Union Journal;12/24/2012, Vol. 16 Issue 52, p58
Trade Publication
The article reports that salaries of credit union (CU) chief executive officers (CEOs)in the U.S. increased by a national average of 6.62 percent in 2012, according to the latest compensation and benefits survey for the CU movement by Executive Compensation Solutions. It highlights the widening of CU CEO pay with those of their counterparts in the banking industry to reach 70,229 dollars. The study highlights CUs' efforts to retain top talent.


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