First Tech Credit Union adds Senior Vice President, Mortgage Lending

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA (April 9, 2014) – First Tech Federal Credit Union, the nation’s premier credit union serving technology companies, announces Jeremy Walker as its new senior vice president, mortgage lending. Walker will set and execute the mortgage lending strategy while leading a high performing mortgage management team. He’ll also be responsible for all facets of mortgage operation and sales.

“Jeremy Walker is a fantastic addition to our growing team,” said Greg Mitchell, president and CEO of First Tech. “His wealth of experience within the retail mortgage industry, his impressive sales growth and his management track records are representative of the tremendous value he will provide our members. We are excited for him to drive efforts around product and process innovation and superior service delivery.”

Walker brings 18 years of executive mortgage lending expertise from coast-to-coast, including 12 years as a senior vice president within the Bank of America retail mortgage group in Virginia and later the Pacific Northwest. A graduate of Gardner Webb University, summa cum laude, he also earned a master’s degree in retail bank management with honors at the University of Virginia.

About First Tech Federal Credit Union
First Tech Federal Credit Union is a $6.5 billion institution headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. It is the nation’s premier credit union serving the world’s leading technology-oriented companies and their employees, including HP, Microsoft, Agilent, Intel, CISCO, Amazon, Nike, CH2M Hill, Intuit, Google and more. First Tech is recognized as the industry catalyst for delivering effortless banking experiences to its 370,000 members through its 39 branch locations, more than 5,000 CO-OP Branch locations, 30,000 CO-OP Network ATMs and 286,000 ATMs nationwide. First Tech offers a full range of banking services, including traditional banking, mortgage, financial planning and insurance services. For more information, visit

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