Credit unions across the country are making moves to bolster everything from the front line to the back office. Here are some recent highlights.
Josh Russell, Marine CU
Josh Russell has been hired as a branch manager at La Crosse, Wis.-based Marine Credit Union.
Hope Sharrock, Cooperative Teachers CU
Hope Sharrock has been named accounting manager at Cooperative Teachers CU in Tyler, Texas.
Toby Flood, Numerica CU
Toby Flood joined Spokane, Wash.-based Numerica Credit Union as internal senior loan officer on the CU’s home loan team.
Liz Malott, Marine CU
Liz Malott has been appointed SVP of talent at La Crosse, Wis.-based Marine Credit Union.
Ben Richardson, Numerica CU
Ben Richardson has joined the senior leadership team at Numerica CU in Spokane, Wash., as SVP of finance.
Renu Dalessandro, NEFCU
Renu Dalessandro has been named chief marketing officer at Westbury, N.Y.-based NEFCU.
Laura Mueller, Marine CU
Laura Mueller has been named director of the project management office at La Crosse, Wis.-based Marine Credit Union.
Lisa Rohmer, RTN FCU
Lisa Rohmer has been appointed chief lending officer and VP of lending at RTN Federal Credit Union in Waltham, Mass.
Matthew Rayome, Marine CU
Marine Credit Union in La Crosse, Wis., hired Matthew Rayome as district manager for its Fox Valley district.
Brent Rempe, Allegiance CU
Brent Rempe has joined Oklahoma City-based Allegiance CU as SVP of growth & strategy.
Dan Berger, NAFCU
Dan Berger, president and CEO of the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions, has been named to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Association Committee of 100. The group aims to help chamber members network, build partnerships and more.
Jane Fraser, who is poised to become the first woman to lead a major U.S. bank, possesses turnaround experience and strong interpersonal skills that make her well suited for mending fences with regulators and investors, according to present and former colleagues.
Matthew Raphaelson, Kenneth Zimmerman and Tracy Kidd, all of whom were senior executives in the company’s consumer banking unit, have agreed to pay six-figure fines in connection with Wells Fargo’s unauthorized account scandal.