San Jose, Calif. – February 2, 2015 – – Tech CU (Technology Credit Union) today announced that Barbara Kamm, the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, will retire in May 2016. The Board has appointed Todd Harris, who currently serves as the company’s Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer, as President and CEO, effective Monday, May 16, 2016. Kamm will remain on the Board of Directors and continue to be active in the local business community.
Los Angeles, CA – January 5, 2016 — Tech CU (Technology Credit Union), the Silicon Valley based credit union, appears in a Modern Living with kathy ireland segment airing this week that addresses how they are able to offer a superior financial services experience.
San Jose, Calif. (November 30, 2015) —Tech CU (Technology Credit Union), announced this week it has partnered with WANDA (Women’s Achievement Network and Development Alliance) to support financial literacy programs for single moms in the San Francisco Bay Area. The credit union is giving both financial and resource support to the nonprofit, including a cash grant, volunteer hours and free educational seminars led by Tech CU’s financial experts.
San Jose, Calif. (November 18, 2015) —Tech CU (Technology Credit Union) announced today it will be the first credit union in the U.S. to partner with Stockpile, a company that has made it easy and affordable to buy stock or gift stock to others. Tech CU members can purchase fractional shares of stock or ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) in many of the world’s largest companies for any amount they feel comfortable with, beginning as low as one dollar.
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