TMG Financial Services hires financial services personnel

DES MOINES, IA (September 9, 2014) — Top 70 credit card agent issuer TMG Financial Services (TMGFS) today announced the addition of six key employees who will work to support the company’s rapid growth.

Lindsay Martens and Jacob Pfundheller have each been hired as financial analysts. In their new roles, the two will be responsible for analyzing important financial factors to provide strategic insight to TMGFS and its partners. Prior to joining TMGFS, Martens was controller for the Renaissance Des Moines Savery Hotel. Pfundheller comes to TMGFS from Athene USA (formerly Aviva USA) where he was a financial analyst.

Shawna Moses has been hired as a customer relationship specialist. She will take on a wide range of project and training assignments. Moses brings more than 10 years customer service and management experience to TMGFS. Most recently, Moses was a commercial processor for Marsh U.S. Consumer.

Dan Stephenson has been hired as consumer credit analyst to assist cardmembers with credit line extensions and improved APRs. Prior to joining the company, he was an operations analyst for Wells Fargo.

Brian Storey has been hired as relationship manager to build and maintain strategic relationships with TMGFS partners. He joins the company from Principal Financial Group where he served as treasury manager.

Connie Thienes has been hired as product manager with a focus on the agent issuer’s business and commercial card product line. She joins TMGFS from Heartland Financial USA, Inc., where she implemented retail and commercial product strategy.

About TMG Financial Services

TMG Financial Services (TMGFS) is known for providing collaborative, innovative and consumer-oriented solutions in the payments industry. With comprehensive credit card programs, products and services, TMGFS ensures financial institutions and member-based associations have the tools to thrive in the competitive financial services marketplace. TMGFS was named one of America’s fastest-growing companies by Inc. Magazine and currently has more than 100,000 credit cards and $160 million in assets under management. For more information, visit

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