Tinker Federal Credit Union names Senior Vice President

Paul Krus is TFCU’s senior vice president/supervisory principal, TFCU Financial Advisors.

OKLAHOMA CITY , OKLAHOMA (March 20, 2024)Tinker Federal Credit Union (TFCU) recently named Paul Krus as senior vice  president/supervisory principal, TFCU Financial Advisors. 

In his role, Krus will be managing the ongoing operational compliance, sales and strategy of TFCU Financial Advisors and  its investment and insurance planning services. Krus will champion the efforts of TFCU Financial Advisors to provide solid  financial guidance to TFCU members. 

“Paul has a proven track record of developing talented financial advisors who help people plan their financial futures,”  said Connie Wall, TFCU’s executive vice president/chief operations officer. “His genuine interest in the well-being of  others is an ideal fit for the efforts of our team.” 

Krus brings 33 years of wealth management experience in the financial services industry, marked by leadership roles at  prominent institutions. Most recently, he served as the senior director/executive vice president at Arvest Bank/Arvest  Wealth Management in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he led the expansion and development of the AWM Advisor Growth  and Development Team. Krus has consistently demonstrated his expertise in recruitment, training, business  development and relationship management across various markets. 

“We are dedicated to enhancing the financial well-being of our members at TFCU. By leveraging our expertise in  investment, insurance, retirement and financial planning, we aim to assist even more individuals in achieving their  financial goals and aspirations.” Krus said. “I’m thrilled to join TFCU, the largest credit union in Oklahoma, where we  have the opportunity to educate and empower more than 460,000 members with tailored financial solutions.” 

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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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