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After launching a new brand identity in the middle of a pandemic, New York’s second largest financial cooperative has ambitious plans to expand nationally.

In an interview with CU Times, the $8.2 billion Teachers Federal Credit Union President/CEO Brad Calhoun, a former executive for Bank of America and the $14.4 billion First Tech Federal Credit Union in San Jose, Calif., said the planning process for the national strategy began in earnest soon after he took the helm in June of 2019 upon Robert G. Allen’s retirement.

Peter Strozniak

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