PISIK APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF VANTAGE WEST BOARD

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TUCSON, Ariz. (December 27, 2016) – Vantage West Credit Union (vantagewest.org), southern Arizona’s largest credit union, is pleased to announce that Mitch Pisik has been selected by the Board of Directors to serve as Chairman. Pisik, who was serving as an Associate Director has stepped up to fill a position vacated by former Board Chairman, Charles Matthewson, who served on the credit union’s Board and Supervisory Committee for more than a combined 20 years.  

Pisik began his service to Vantage West in 2015 as an Associate Director before being appointed by the Board as a Director, then being designated as its Chairman.

Pisik brings a wealth of experience to Vantage West, as he has served as CEO at four companies over the past 15 years and held senior-level executive positions for multi-billion dollar global companies including Rubbermaid and Kraft. Pisik has also conducted business in 36 countries, is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and has been a board member for several private, public, and not-for-profit companies.

As Chairman, Pisik will lead the board in working with the CEO and executive team to set the strategic direction for the credit union and support efforts to ensure it maintains an excellent financial standing and continues to provide value to the membership. 

About Vantage West Credit Union
Vantage West Credit Union is a $1.6-billion financial institution in Arizona, which serves a growing membership of more than 140,000. Vantage West has 17 branches in Pima, Pinal, Maricopa and Cochise counties and serves its vast global membership via online channels, as well. Vantage West is a full-service financial institution, offering consumer and business loans, credit cards, and deposit products, as well as retirement accounts and other financial services. Vantage West is federally insured by NCUA. vantagewest.org

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