University of Michigan Credit Union hires new CEO
The University of Michigan Credit Union said today that it had hired a new CEO.
Detroit native Tiffany Ford, former executive vice president of the Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, is the new CEO of the local financial institution.
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“Jeff Trapp moved out of state in early 2011, so the board conducted an executive search and we were very fortunate to find Tiffany,” said Jeff Schillag, the credit union’s vice president of marketing and community relations, in an email.
Ford’s hiring comes in the midst of a period of growth for the U-M Credit Union, whose total assets rose 6.8 percent to $446.6 million from Sept. 30, 2010, to Sept. 30, 2011.
Its total liabilities grew 7.1 percent to $404 million during the same period. The credit union, which is open to anyone affiliated with U-M but is operated independently of the university, has more than 48,000 members.
“The University of Michigan Credit Union has a tradition of providing quality financial services that meet the present and future needs of our members,” Ford said in a statement. “It’s important that UMCU continue to help its members and employees be their absolute best by providing products and services, financial education and convenience. UMCU will also continue to be a valuable partner and contributor in the community it serves.”