Industry Leader Thomas Moore Joins BCU Team as Senior Vice President
For immediate release:
August 17, 2009
Contact: Astrid Perez
August 17, 2009Vernon Hills, IL Baxter Credit Union (BCU) announced today the new position of Senior Vice President of Financial Products and Strategies has been filled by credit union industry leader, Thomas Moore.
Moore joins BCU with a rich background in financial services, bringing to the table expertise in relationship development, national sales strategies, cash management, lending, liquidity, and financial product development. Most recently he served as President/CEO of Balance Sheet Solutions, a service organization owned by Members United Corporate FCU. He held this position concurrently with his role as Executive Vice President at Members United Corporate FCU. Previously, he served as Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration/CFO for Alliant Credit Union (formerly known as United Airlines Credit Union) and as a Securities Lending Investment Manager with the Northern Trust Co. Moore is a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst), holds his Series 7, 24, and 63, and earned a Bachelor's degree in Finance from Indiana University.
The addition of Moore fills a requisite that will administer Strategic Planning, Enterprise Risk Management, and Investment Advisors. BCU President and CEO Mike Valentine states "I am proud to welcome Tom aboard; I am certain he will meet the challenge of identifying additional business opportunities during these trying economical times."
With over $1.4 Billion in assets, BCU currently serves more than 140,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Formed in 1981 and headquartered in Vernon Hills, Illinois, BCU is a not-for-profit, member-owned credit union known for competitive rates, low fees, and state-of-the-art services. Membership is open to several prestigious companies around the country, as well as anyone who lives or works in the Illinois counties of McHenry, Lake, DuPage, Kane, Cook (north of Rte. 58) and the village of Schaumburg. Call 1-800-388-7000 or visit www.BCU.org for more information.