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Leominster Credit Union, Tropical Financial Credit Union and others recently made personnel changes.
Tina Cabana, NHFCU
Tina Cabana, vice president of lending, recently celebrated 30 years with NH Federal Credit Union in Concord, N.H. She started as a part-time teller at NHFCU in 1989. Pictured: Cabana shakes hands with John R. Young, president and CEO of NHFC.
Katie Najjar, Leominster CU
Leominster Credit Union in Massachusetts hired Katie Najjar as senior vice president of retail.
Jason Trenary, United FCU
United Federal Credit Union in St. Joseph, Mich., named Jason Trenary as senior commercial loan officer and group manager in Arkansas.
Chee Thao, Ideal CU
Ideal Credit Union in Woodbury, Minn., promoted Chee Thao to branch manager of its Inver Grove Heights office.
Mayka Thao, Firefly CU
Mayka Thao was hired by Firefly Credit Union in Burnsville, Minn., as director of planning and delivery.
Erin Mendez, Trust for Credit Unions
Erin Mendez, president and CEO of Patelco Credit Union in Pleasanton, Calif., was named as a trustee of the Trust for Credit Unions, a group of institutional mutual funds designed for credit unions.
Keith Troup, Tropical Financial CU
Tropical Financial Credit Union in Miramar, Fla., hired Keith Troup as chief lending officer.
Tom Rice, Open Lending
Tom Rice was promoted to senior vice president of sales position and will lead the sales team in the western region for Open Lending, which provides loan analytics, risk-based pricing and other technology to auto lenders.
Matt Roe, Open Lending
Open Lending, which provides loan analytics, risk-based pricing and other technology to auto lenders, promoted Matt Roe to chief revenue officer.
Bienvenida Feliz, Naveo CU
Naveo Credit Union in Somerville, Mass., hired Bienvenida Feliz as branch manager of its Cambridge, Mass., location.
Figure Technologies would only accept uninsured deposits, so it would not be subject to Fed or FDIC oversight. A major concern for banks is that the effort could open the door to incursions by bigger tech companies.
Board member Todd Harper was concerned that the credit union regulator was not adequately preparing for the impact of prolonged economic turmoil and could be caught "flat-footed" as it was heading into the last crisis.