Keesler Federal Promotes Thomas Curtis
Thursday, January 16, 2020
BILOXI, MS – Keesler Federal Credit Union has promoted Thomas Curtis to Director of Indirect Lending.
In his role Curtis will oversee operations of the Indirect Lending Department by managing and mitigating dealer risk and the indirect loan portfolio, evaluating and analyzing indirect loans requests and establishing and maintaining a strong relationship with dealerships.
Curtis has been employed at Keesler Federal for 13 years and previously worked as a financial services representative, resolution//GAP loan officer, credit officer, senior credit officer and manager of indirect lending.
“Keesler Federal has built a solid reputation as a leader in automobile loan lending, and much of that is due to our strong relationships with the dealerships,” said Andy Swoger, Keesler Federal President and CEO. “Thomas Curtis will help us continue as a leader in indirect lending, and his background and knowledge in this important aspect of our business will benefit the company, the dealerships and our Members.”
A resident of Ocean Springs, Curtis graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Banking and Finance.
With assets of $2.9 billion, Keesler Federal is a not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative, the largest credit union in the state. Founded in 1947 to provide banking service to Keesler Air Force Base employees, it now has 38 locations, including branches in the Jackson, Hattiesburg, Mobile and and New Orleans markets as well as the Mississippi Coast. Membership exceeds 240,000.
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2602 Pass Road, Biloxi, MS 3953