Evangelical Christian Credit Union Announces New Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer

BREA, CALIFORNIA – (March 4, 2016) Evangelical Christian Credit Union (ECCU) is pleased to announce the selection of Gregory Talbott as the credit union’s new Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer.

“We welcome Gregory to ECCU. We are very excited to have him on our executive team and look forward to having him become a consistent face at the credit union.” said Abel Pomar, President/CEO.

Gregory comes to ECCU having spent the last seven years with Kinecta Federal Credit Union in Manhattan Beach, California. As Senior Vice President/ Chief Financial Officer, he provided the leadership necessary to turn around significant operating losses and low capital into a profitable, growing franchise. Prior to his time at Kinecta, Gregory dedicated 20 years with PFF Bancorp, Inc./PFF Bank & Trust where he held several positions as he grew alongside the organization including Vice President, Executive Vice President- CFO and Treasurer, and Senior Executive Vice President, COO, CFO. Gregory graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with Honors and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. He holds a CPA license (inactive), served for 12 years as a Senior Reserve Police Officer for the City of Irvine and is an Eagle Scout.

When asked about his new position at ECCU, Gregory commented, “The unique mission and field of membership of the credit union make this an especially rewarding opportunity for me.”

About ECCU
ECCU is a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative institution. ECCU is an alliance of Christian churches, parachurch ministries, schools, workers, and individuals. While ECCU’s mission extends far beyond banking, they do provide a wide range of financial services and resources for both ministries as well as individuals affiliated with ministries. Their ministry banking resource has not always been called Evangelical Christian Credit Union. They began in 1964 as the Conservative Baptist Credit Union with a mission to serve ministers and missionaries of Conservative Baptist churches and organizations. In 1984, a merger with the Association of Christian Schools International Credit Union created ECCU. Since then, their staff has grown from 27 employees to 140. Today, Evangelical Christian Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions on the West Coast with approximately $900 million in assets and over 12,000 members. ECCU is headquartered in Brea, California.

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Monday March 7, 2016

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