FedChoice Federal Credit Union announces new president/chief executive officer
LANHAM, MD (October 26, 2021) — FedChoice Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Brett Noll as the credit union’s new President/Chief Executive Officer.
“The Board of Directors is excited to welcome Brett to FedChoice Federal Credit Union,” said Arthur Altman, Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Brett brings with him a wealth of industry and leadership experience that is crucial to our continued success. We are confident that the future of the Credit Union and the needs of our members are in safe hands with Brett at the helm.” Mr. Altman also commended outgoing CEO David Bunch for his service to FedChoice Federal Credit Union. “On behalf of the Board, I want to thank David for his leadership and his service to the Credit Union and our members over the past 34 years. We wish him a happy and healthy retirement.”
Brett most recently served as Chief Executive Officer at Securityplus Federal Credit Union, located in Baltimore, Maryland, for nine years, and was previously Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer at Langley Federal Credit Union in Newport News, Virginia. Brett has over 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry and has held various executive level positions throughout his career. Brett is well-known in the industry and was honored to be named Marketer of the Year by both CUES and CUNA, as well as Credit Union Future Leader by CUES.
When asked about his new position, Brett stated, “I’m honored to have been chosen to take over the leadership of FedChoice Federal Credit Union, a truly wonderful organization led by a man I’ve admired for many years. I look forward to continuing the Credit Union’s success and working with the team to make FedChoice an even greater resource to the membership and the community.”
About FedChoice Federal Credit Union
FedChoice Federal Credit Union is a full-service credit union that is home to almost 25,000 members and has over $410 million in assets. FedChoice primarily serves the federal civilian community of employees, contractors, retirees, their families, and household members with the goal of helping them navigate a complex financial world. FedChoice was founded in 1935 by two dozen IRS employees to help support their co-workers during the Great Depression. As the years passed, the Credit Union grew to include other employer groups, including ATF and many other federal agencies. In 2007, FedChoice was granted a TIP Charter and that is when they began serving all federal civilian employees. To learn more visit https://www.fedchoice.org/