CEO Salaries to Increase 4.5% in 2016

September 2015
Credit Union Magazine;Sep2015, Vol. 81 Issue 9, p45
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to Credit Union National Association (CUNA's) 2015-2016, Total Compensation Report, salaries of Chief executive officers (CEO) at credit unions will increase in 2016 and mentions that most of the credit unions reward CEOs with bonuses and incentive.


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