Jim Anderson Named CEO of Des Moines Metro Credit Union

Des Moines Metro Credit Union is pleased to announce the DMMCU board of directors has selected Jim Anderson to succeed Brent Helin as CEO, who announced his retirement last year.

Jim has been with DMMCU since 2003 as vice president of accounting and deposit operations. Prior to joining DMMCU, he worked in the banking and financial services industry for 20 years in various roles. That experience prepared him to begin his credit union career at DMMCU.

"We are confident in Jim's ability, and we know he is ready to lead the credit union. We have continued to grow our membership and expand our services in past years, and we know with his proven leadership that he'll continue to help make the credit union successful," said Tony Andrews, chairman of the DMMCU board of directors.

Jim also serves on the Iowa Credit Union Foundation (ICUF) board as well as regularly networks with other credit union professionals. He also enjoys supporting local art and entertainment functions around Des Moines.

Traci Stiles, current business development manager, will fill Jim's position as executive vice president. She has been with DMMCU since 1997. "With Jim and Traci leading the credit union, I know our board, staff, and membership are in good hands. This is an exciting time for DMMCU," said Brent Helin, outgoing CEO.

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About Des Moines Metro Credit Union:

Des Moines Metro Credit Union, established in 1938, is a not-for-profit cooperative with over $55 million in assets, owned by over 6100 members. They provide a full range of financial products and services to anyone who lives or works in Polk and the surrounding counties. The main office is located at 100 University Avenue, just east of the main post office. For more information contact us at 515-283-4195 or visit www.dmmcu.org.

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