Boards Still Seek Balance to Find Best CEO Salaries

April 2014
Credit Union Times;4/23/2014, Vol. 25 Issue 16, p8
The article focuses on the 2013 chief executive officers (CEO) compensation survey conducted by the National Association of Credit Union Chairmen (NACUC), a DelMar, California-based trade group that serves the educational needs of credit union boards of directors at 160 credit unions. Topics discussed include compensation patterns in various regions of the U.S., measurement of several aspects including base and variable pays rates related to CEO salary compensation.


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