MAX Credit Union CEO retires; Board of Directors elects Martin Head as interim President and CEO

External and internal search for permanent CEO starts

MONTGOMERY, AL (May 21, 2019) — MAX Credit Union reported last week that Chief Executive Officer H. Greg McClellan informed the Board of Directors of his decision to retire from the company on June 7, 2019. The Board has elected Martin Head, who has served as Chief Lending Officer, as interim CEO and President effective June 8, 2019.

MAX Board Chair Keivan Deravi said, “Martin Head has served MAX and our communities for almost 9 years. Head has always put MAX first and modeled our core values of Hospitality, Integrity, and Simplicity.”

Head said, “It has been my great pleasure to work in such a great community and to rub shoulders with some of the most passionate team members who care about our customers and members these past 9 years. My focus has been to insure that our customer experience is second to none. Whether you choose one of our 18 convenient locations, call us, or pull up our mobile app, we want to make sure your experience is frictionless, easy, and quick.”

Deravi continued, “The Board is very excited about our choice and we look forward to Martin Head’s leadership and vision for MAX.”

About MAX Credit Union

MAX Credit Union is a leading, locally owed financial institution in Alabama, with more than $2.0 billion in assets. Serving our communities for over 67 years, MAX provides a full array of consumer and business financial products to include checking, savings, loans, wealth management, insurance, mortgages, online and mobile banking. MAX has 17 branch locations across its Alabama footprint, more than 30,000 surcharge free ATMs, and myMAX Service Center to assist with any financial needs by phone. With dedicated team members, MAX is committed to providing exceptional customer service and value. Please visit us at


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