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Michael Miller promoted to Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management at Reliant Community Credit Union

SODUS, NY (February 13, 2020) — Reliant Community Credit Union is pleased to announce that Michael Miller has been promoted to the role of Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management at Reliant Community Credit Union.  In his new role, Mr. Miller will work to identify and plan for current and future risks throughout the credit union.  In addition, he will be responsible for leading the internal audit, quality control, risk management, compliance, and disaster recovery teams at the credit union.

Mr. Miller joined the Reliant team in 2010, and has served as the internal auditor throughout his tenure at the credit union.

“I enjoy working in a team environment, and look forward to finding better ways to automate and streamline our internal risk processes,” Mr. Miller said of working at Reliant.

Mr. Miller has a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from St. Bonaventure University, with a minor in accounting.  He lives in Rochester with his wife and two children.  He volunteers his time with the Mercy High School Sports Boosters and the annual Mary Grace Ryan basketball tournament.  In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and golfing.


About Reliant Credit Union

Reliant Credit Union, which began locally in 1970, is a $635 million credit union serving more than 40,000 members. Eligibility is available to all who live, work, worship, attend school, or volunteer in Monroe, Ontario, and Wayne counties. Reliant currently has branches in Brockport, Canandaigua, Geneva, Henrietta, Irondequoit, Macedon, Newark, Sodus, and Webster. A full-service financial institution, Reliant offers a complete range of financial products and services, including mortgages. For information regarding membership or employment, contact the credit union at 800-724-9282 or visit reliantcu.com.

Contacts

CONTACT: Emily Britton
Public Relations Specialist
PHONE: 800.724.9282 x3397
EMAIL: ebritton@reliantcu.com

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