Max Credit Union has announced that Martin Head has been named the new president and CEO of the financial institution, effective October 15.
Head was the organization’s chief lending officer. He has more than three decades experience, including time with AmSouth and Aliant banks. He replaces Greg McClellan, who retired in June after 34 years.
“I plan to work diligently with our board, management team, employees, and our communities to ensure Max’s reputation for value, community, and integrity remains the same,” Head said in a statement.
Head was chosen by the Max board of directors. “… Martin has shown his ability to lead change, drive results and innovate in a changing banking environment,” Max Board Chair Keivan Deravi said in a statement.
Max has more than $1.4 billion in assets. It operates 18 branch locations and more than 30,000 ATMs across Alabama. Find more at mymax.com.
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