Tinker Federal Credit Union names new vice president, controller

Daniel Williams is TFCU’s new vice president and controller

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA (February 15, 2024)Tinker Federal Credit Union (TFCU) recently named Daniel Williams as vice president and controller of accounting. 

In his role, Williams will oversee regulatory compliance, annual audits, budget management, asset liability management decisions and facilitation of software changes, all geared toward enhancing TFCU’s financial stability and ensuring its  continued strength as a trusted financial partner for its members. He joins TFCU from another financial institution,  where he was vice president of finance. 

“Daniel’s previous experience will be invaluable in the position. Daniel is joining the team at the beginning of what will  be a very project-packed year. His expertise in asset liability modeling will be instrumental in helping our team to  implement a new budgeting and forecasting model,” said Kathy Kelso, TFCU’s executive vice president/chief financial  officer. “Daniel’s background and experience will add great value to our members.” 

Williams brings 15 years of experience in the financial services industry to his role at TFCU.  

Over the years, Daniel has held various positions, starting in financial services as a teller and later becoming an auditor  and a controller. Daniel is also a certified public accountant. With his experience, Williams aims to continue to strengthen TFCU’s financial stability and continue drive positive outcomes for TFCU and its members. 

“My goals are to acclimate as quickly as possible with the existing team to tackle our current projects. This will position  us for a better future.” Williams said. “The excitement for me here will come from bringing a fresh set of knowledge to  TFCU as well as becoming a trusted partner not only for our credit union but also for our members.” 

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About Tinker Federal Credit Union

Tinker Federal Credit Union (TFCU) is the largest credit union in Oklahoma, with more than 460,000 members and more than $6 billion in assets. For 77 years, TFCU has been helping members achieve their goals and realize their dreams. As a not-for profit, member-owned financial cooperative, TFCU returns profits to members through financial education, higher dividends on deposits, lower interest rates on loans and low or no fees on service.


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