ABNB announces new SVP / Chief Lending Officer

CHESAPEAKE, VA (December 14, 2018) — Michael “Mike” McNabb has been named Senior Vice President-Chief Lending Officer at ABNB Federal Credit Union.  As a member of ABNB’s executive team, McNabb will be responsible for the strategic oversight and direction of ABNB’s consumer, real estate, business lending teams and credit risk management.

McNabb has more than 23 years of leadership experience in the financial services industry.  He comes to ABNB Federal Credit Union after 15 years of service with Langley Federal Credit Union in Newport News, VA where he served as Vice President of Consumer Lending. McNabb holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from West Virginia University.

“I am thrilled to join ABNB. It’s a strong credit union with a long history of meeting members’ borrowing needs. I look forward to significantly growing our consumer and business lending portfolios by building long term relationships with our members and business partners,” said McNabb. “Exceeding member expectations with affordable loan options and being a difference maker in the community will be the focus,” McNabb concluded.

“Mike brings energy and a wealth of knowledge to his role leading the Lending and Collections departments at the credit union,” stated Charles A. Mallon Jr., President and CEO of ABNB. His vision, drive and previous success will not only be an asset to the organization but also help ABNB reach the next level of service to members as we expand our footprint in the region,” concluded Mallon.

Michael “Mike” McNabb

About ABNB Federal Credit Union

ABNB Federal Credit Union has a long and storied history of charitable giving and community involvement dating back to the credit union’s founding in 1960. With a commitment to making a difference in the communities we serve, the ABNB Community Foundation was launched in 2019 to support causes and charities benefiting children and families in our region.


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