First Carolina Corporate Credit Union holds annual meeting

Appreciation, education, and election make the day

GREENSBORO, NC (June 25, 2015) — First Carolina Corporate Credit Union held their 35th Annual Meeting during the Carolinas Credit Union League Annual Meeting on Monday, June 15th, in Pinehurst, North Carolina. There were 135 people present representing 60 credit unions, to discuss financial information and focus on a collective voice.

“It’s always nice to get together with our members to thank them for their business and role in helping us grow the company,” said President and CEO David Brehmer. Appreciation for the support of First Carolina members was a vital element of the meeting. Brehmer also added, “Financial education has become one of our core value propositions and I see that only growing in importance in the future.”

While education is integral, First Carolina Corporate Credit Union offers much more. It is a strong advocate for credit unions providing regulatory compliance support, product enhancement, and service delivery. Wanda Downs, VP of Credit Union Development and Marketing, said, “Our ALM consulting services continue to be one of our fastest growing product lines.”

Congratulations are in order for Board of Director members Bob Bruns, Charlotte Metro CU; Jim McDaniel, Heritage Trust FCU; and Jack Braswell, Members CU. They ran unopposed and were re-elected to 3-year terms. The First Carolina Corporate board consists of members from natural person credit unions in both North and South Carolina. The 2016 annual meeting takes place on Friday, June 3 in Myrtle Beach, SC, during the Carolinas Credit Union League Annual Meeting.

First Carolina Corporate Credit Union is dedicated to being members’ primary financial resource. Their primary purpose is to provide member credit unions with opportunities for mobilizing and managing liquidity, financial, and payment system service that enable them to compete and prosper in the financial marketplace. For more information, call (800) 585-4317.

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