The $915 million Hiway Federal Credit Union in St. Paul, Minn., has promoted Brian White to vice president of technology.
White has been the 60,900-member Hiway’s manager of systems and infrastructure for the past six years.
“Going forward, Hiway will continue to evaluate and implement technology advancements to enhance service delivery and provide competitive product and service offerings to our members, all while keeping costs manageable and within budget,” White said in the credit union’s announcement.
He has 25 years of information technology, including 15 in financial services, the credit union said, and holds a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Dave Boden, Hiway’s newly appointed president/CEO, said, “Maintaining a robust, efficient and secure technical infrastructure is critically important to us, especially during this time of rapidly changing technology. It allows us to process millions of member transactions and facilitate delivery of all of our services and products, including an array of mobile products as smartphone and tablet usage continue to skyrocket. Brian's technology leadership and passion for service will make him a valuable member of Hiway’s senior management team."
Hiway was founded in 1931 to serve state highway department employees in Minnesota and now includes government employees, including military, organizations and businesses among its SEGs.