LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. – United Nations FCU said this morning that William Predmore, its chief operating officer, has been promoted to be president and CEO of the $3.7 billion credit union.

Predmore, executive vice president who has been at the credit union for 23 years, will succeed Michael Connery, Jr., who is retiring at year-end after leading the United Nations credit union for 24 years.

“Bill’s vast experience honed over 23 years at UNFCU will enable us to build on past success and begin our next chapter very strongly,” said Michael Clark, chairman of the board. “The needs of our members, active service culture, emphasis on innovation and financial safety and soundness area areas in which Bill is not only fluent, but where he has also provided a roadmap for the future.”

Before joining the credit union Predmore was vice president of finance at AT&T Employees FCU in New Providence, N.J. And from 1980 to 1985, he was an NCUA examiner in New York, Before that he was an examiner at the FDIC.

During Connery’s tenure, United Nations FCU grew from $233 million in assets to $3.7 billion, and from 16,200 members to 98,000, with members in more than 200 countries and territories. Headquartered and with branches in New York City, the credit union has representative offices in Geneva, Switzerland; Vienna, Austria; Nairobi, Kenya, and

Rome, Italy.

 

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