Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union adds two to management team
EVANSVILLE, IN (July 30, 2018) — Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union made two key additions to its management team:
Andy Martin is now Vice President of Commercial Lending, and will oversee all staff and functions of the group. The Illinois State University graduate (major in Finance, minor in Accounting) spent 15 years with Old National Bancorp, rising to commercial lender vice president in Evansville. Martin is active in the community, serving on the boards of the Boys and Girls Club, Arc of Evansville, Evansville Bond Bank and the Southern Indiana Builders Association. He serves on the steering committee of Arc Industries, and was a 20 Under 40 selection by the Evansville Business Journal in 2014.
Kristen Koewler joined ETFCU as Director of Compliance. Her responsibilities include monitoring changes in laws, regulations and examination trends and communicating the changes to all affected areas of the credit union; reviewing new products and programs for compliance with state and federal laws and regulations; assisting the training department in compliance training; and serving as liaison with state and federal regulatory agencies. Koewler graduated with a degree in Management from Purdue University in 2014 and from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2018.
About Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union
ETFCU was founded by teachers from the Evansville school system and then-Evansville College in 1936, but has long been open to other prospective members and their families. The credit union has more than 212,000 members in all 50 states and eight nations, with assets of $1.8 billion, and leads the Evansville market in mortgage and auto loans.