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New credit union CEO announced as one CU veteran announces retirement. (Source: Shutterstock) Source: Shutterstock.

Nav Khanna became the new president/CEO of First City Credit Union on Monday, succeeding Jim Miller, who retired following 13 years of service at the Altadena, Calif.-based financial cooperative.

Miller served as First City’ CFO from 2008 until he was named CEO in 2017. During his CEO tenure, the credit union grew assets from $634 million in 2017 to $932 million at the end of this year’s first quarter, while membership expanded from 58,507 to 61,292, at the end of the first quarter, NCUA Call Reports showed.

Peter Strozniak

 

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