League InfoSight, a collaborative effort of 15 credit union leagues/associations and the Credit Union National Association, on Wednesday said its board of directors appointed Glory LeDu as CEO, effective July 13.

LeDu will be responsible for continuing to deliver “collaborative and effective” regulatory compliance solutions to credit unions directly through league/association partners, the League InfoSight board said in a statement.

“I am truly passionate about assisting credit unions with compliance,” said LeDu. “Having been a compliance officer at a credit union, I know how important it is to have access to reliable tools and resources that save time, are cost-effective and provide compliance piece of mind, especially in our ever-changing regulatory environment.”

Previously, LeDu was a director of league system relations at CU Solutions Group. In that position she interpreted state and federal regulations and provided guidance through compliance products to credit unions. Prior to this role, LeDu was a legislative and regulatory affairs specialist at the Michigan Credit Union League. LeDu also worked at $283 million CASE Credit Union in Lansing, Mich., as its director of compliance.

Glory LeDu, League InfoSight
Glory LeDu, CEO of League InfoSight

LeDu maintains professional designations from CUNA, including credit union compliance expert, Bank Secrecy Act compliance specialist and credit union enterprise risk management expert.

Dave Adams, League InfoSight board member and CEO of CU Solutions Group, said he believes the organization continues to be an “important engine” for compliance collaboration by CUNA and the state leagues.

“As the CUNA/league system explores new creative ways to further strengthen their membership value proposition, regulatory compliance support is an important priority,” said Adams. “This management succession from CUSG to Glory LeDu as the new, independent CEO is a natural progression. Glory brings a tremendous background and skill set to her new role as CEO. CUSG looks forward to its continuing role as a product support provider for InfoSight, PolicyPro and ComplySight, the important core products delivered to credit unions via their state leagues and CUNA.”

Diana Dykstra, board chair of League InfoSight and president/CEO of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues and Affiliates, said she is excited to have LeDu as the organization’s CEO.

“Glory has been an integral part of our success during her tenure with CUSG and we look forward to working with her directly,” said Dykstra.

League InfoSight’s stated mission is to create common purpose, partner alignment and collaborative solutions that drive CUNA/league system success in value creation for member credit unions, with a focus on regulatory compliance solutions. The company said nearly 4,000 credit unions nationally are using one of its products − CU PolicyPro, InfoSight and ComplySight.

The company was created by the Florida (now League of Southeastern Credit Unions), Georgia, Michigan, Ohio and Texas (now Cornerstone) Credit Union Leagues in January 2003. Since then, the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, Cooperative Credit Union Association, Illinois Credit Union League, Iowa Credit Union League, New Jersey Credit Union League, Mountain West Credit Union Association, New York Credit Union Association, Pennsylvania Credit Union Association, MD/DC Credit Union Association and the Northwest Credit Union Association have taken ownership positions with League InfoSight, and represent the company’s board of directors along with CUNA.

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