Keith Sultemeier

  • Can CU Wallet Survive Apple Pay?

    Apple Pay is winning headlines along with retailer, financial institution and consumer buy-in.

  • Can CU Wallet Survive Apple Pay?

    Has the launch of Apple Pay drawn credit union clients from the start-up CUSO?

  • People

    The $1.1 billion Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union in Lowell, Mass, hired Matthew Bernard as assistant vice president for network operations. He has more than 15 years of experience in the technology industry and was awarded two Purple Stars for wounds he received in combat while serving as an infantryman in...

  • Motorola Employees' Fiore Retires: People

    Read about new hires, promotions, retirement announcement and other career milestones from the credit union industry.

  • People in the News

    The $776 million St. Mary’s Bank of Manchester, N.H. appointed Pamela Ordway vice president, loan operations manager. Ordway will be responsible for the direct workflow of residential and consumer loan operations, including processing, underwriting, closing, post-closing, and the secondary market portfolio. She served as vice president, processing and underwriting, at...

  • People in the News - Aug. 9, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • Steven Glouberman Promoted to SVP at Kinecta

    Glouberman has served as general counsel since April 2008 and will oversee all legal and enterprise risk management functions.

  • Kinecta FCU Touts Quarter-Million Member Mark

    More than a quarter million people now belong to Kinecta FCU, the $3.3 billion California credit union has announced.

  • Kinecta FCU Picks Keith Sultemeier as New CEO

    A few weeks after its merger plans were scuttled, the $3.1 billion Kinecta Federal Credit Union in Manhattan Beach, Calif., has named Keith Sultemeier as its president/CEO.

  • Kinecta Names Texas EVP to its CEO Post

    Security Service EVP Keith Sultemeier named new CEO at Kinecta as Roger Ballard gives up dual role for return to NuVision.

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