Sending well wishes, the National Association of REALTORS said it is impressed with Tom Glatt's abilities to grow REALTORS Federal Credit Union during his time as president/CEO.
"In two short years Tom grew our fledgling enterprise to over $70 million in assets, making it one of the fastest growing credit unions in the country. Tom left us with an excellent team and because of his leadership we are very excited about the future of REALTORS Federal Credit Union," said Dale Stinton, CEO of the National Association of REALTORS in a statement released today. Stinton also serves on the CU's board.
Glatt told Credit Union Times yesterday that his last day at the helm is Aug.1. He will relocate to New Jersey to join his wife Diane, who just assumed a CEO position there.
Jane Pannier, the CU's executive vice president and general counsel, who has been named the acting president/CEO, also praised Glatt.
"I'm so honored to be following in Tom's footsteps and I'm very excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for REALTORS Federal Credit Union," Pannier said.
The National Association of REALTORS represents 1.2 million members.