City County Credit Union has named Executive Vice President/Chief Operations Officer Lloyd Gill as its new president/CEO.
Gill succeeds former CEO Bill Marquardt who passed away last September.
Gill joined the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based credit union in 2001, and his responsibilities ranged from lending, branch operations and marketing to the call center. During his tenure, CCCU has grown in assets from $140 million to $275 million and despite the severe downturn in the Florida real estate market, it has maintained capital of over 12% and has projected a positive ROA for 2010.
Prior to joining CCCU, Gill served as vice president of lending at Miami-based Tropical FCU. Before moving to Florida in 1995, he worked as a federal regulator with the Resolution Trust Corp. and was appointed director of lending at AT&T Employees FCU. Gill's financial services career began at National State Bank in New Jersey, where he first worked in commercial lending. Later, he managed the $3.5 billion institution's consumer, small business, home equity and indirect lending departments.
Gill is the past chair of the CUNA Lending Council and a past member of both the CU Direct Advisory Council and the Prime Alliance Advisory Board.