Catherine Rademacher, chief financial officer at U.S. Global Investors Inc., will resign on July 12 to take a position as controller at Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union, the company said.
Based in San Antonio, U.S. Global Investors manages domestic and offshore funds offering investment options and had an average of $1.56 billion in assets under management as of March 31, according to the company’s July 2 announcement.
Susan Filyk, a spokeswoman for U.S. Global Investors, confirmed with Credit Union Times that Rademacher accepted the controller position at the $5.4 billion Randolph-Brooks FCU in Live Oak, Texas. The credit union serves more than 427, 000 members.
According to Rademacher’s LinkedIn profile, she has worked at the investment advisory firm since April 2004.
“Catherine has made many contributions to U.S. Global during her tenure. I would like to express our appreciation and wish her success in her new position,” said Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors.
Lisa Callicotte has been promoted to succeed Rademacher as CFO, according to U.S. Global Investors. She joined the company as controller in 2009 after working at Ernst & Young LLP for 12 years, leaving as a senior manager.