Water and Power Community Credit Union names Wesley Walton VP finance and information technology

LOS ANGELES, CA (April 22, 2014) —  Water and Power Community Credit Union (WPCCU) has named Wesley Walton as Vice President of Finance and Information Technology effective April 9. Walton will oversee the credit union’s accounting, finance, information technology and investment functions.

“We are delighted to welcome Wesley to our leadership team at WPCCU. The last 12 months has brought many positive changes to WPCCU—the deployment of an advanced core system as well as numerous technological advances that help us better serve our members,” said Carl Stewart, President and CEO of WPCCU. “Wesley comes to us at a perfect time. His experience with information technology and credit union finance will ensure that we continue to provide the same care, safety and expertise that our members have grown to expect, as we continue to deploy the latest in convenient electronic banking and branch services.”

Prior to joining WPCCU, Walton was Vice President of Finance for CBC Federal Credit Union in Oxnard, Calif. Earlier in his career, he served as the controller for Foothill Federal Credit Union in Arcadia, Calif. Walton is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He is a graduate of the Western CUNA Management School program, and he earned his bachelor of arts degree in business administration from California State University, San Bernardino.

About Water and Power Community Credit Union

Founded in 1936, Water and Power Community Credit Union (WPCCU) is a full-service financial cooperative. The credit union has $525 million in assets and more than 32,000 members.  From its five branches located in Los Angeles downtown, the San Fernando Valley and Westside, WPCCU offers members a complete array of products and services, including free checking, savings accounts, home loans, as well as 24-hour, seven-day account access online and by phone. Under its California State Charter, WPCCU members come from the employee and retiree associations of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and the community, members who live, work, attend school, or worship in the greater Los Angeles area. For more information, visit

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