KeyPoint CEO Sets Retirement
Add Tim Kramer, president/CEO of KeyPoint Credit Union to the growing list of credit union leaders shifting into retirement.
Kramer will wrap up his 26 years of leading the Santa Clara, Calif.-based credit union effective March 31, 2012.
During his tenure, KeyPoint (formerly known as AEA Credit Union) has grown from $60 million to more than $750 million in assets. Kramer’s service to credit unions began in 1973 at Frontier Airlines FCU. Prior to joining KeyPoint he served as president/CEO of Space Age FCU and IBM Rocky Mountain Employees FCU (now Premier Members FCU).
Active in the industry, Kramer served for 10 years on the board of shared branching network FSCC. In addition, he’s served as board chairman of the Rocky Mountain Council of CUES, and on the board of the Northern California Council of CUES, Richard M. Johnson Foundation, California Applied Research Institute and the Filene Research Institute advisory board.
Kramer is only the second CEO in KeyPoint’s history.