Greylock welcomes new Chief Information Officer

PITTSFIELD, MA (September 21, 2022) — Following an extensive search, Greylock Federal Credit Union has announced the hiring of Amit Behal as their new Senior Vice President / Chief Information Officer.

“Amit’s expertise in digital transformation will be a great benefit to Greylock and our Members,” said Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer Jeff Gerard. “He will direct our technology team with a focus on cyber security, data and analytics to enhance our Members’ experience. We are very fortunate to have a professional of his caliber on our leadership team.”

Amit received his master’s degree in computer applications from Devi Ahilva University in India. Prior to joining Greylock, he managed global cloud operations for Granicus, and spent 8 years at American Express delivering on their digital transformation efforts. Amit and his wife will be relocating to Connecticut in the near future.

Amit Behal

About Greylock Federal Credit Union

Greylock Federal Credit Union’s vision is to be the face of financial equity and inclusion in the communities we serve by offering personal and business accounts; mobile, online, and phone access to your finances; free financial education for the community as a whole; unique lending products to suit the specific needs of our Members; investment services through Greylock Investment Group; and insurance products through Greylock Insurance Agency.

Greylock is wholly owned by its Members and offers full-service branches in Pittsfield, Great Barrington, Lee, Adams, North Adams, Williamstown, Lanesborough, and Lenox, Mass., and Greenport/Hudson, N.Y. Greylock has a Low-Income Designation (LID) from the National Credit Union Association (NCUA) and certification by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund allowing the Credit Union to offer expanded services to low- and moderate-income families. More information is available at Insured by NCUA.


Roberta McCulloc-Dews
Greylock Federal Credit Union

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