Placements

Fort Knox Federal Names Dave Krause Senior Vice President

Dave-Krause-295RADCLIFF, KY – July 9, 2014, Dave Krause will join Fort Knox Federal Credit Union on July 21 as Senior Vice President for Retail Operations. Dave was selected after a nationwide search and will be in charge of all branch operations, the Member Resources call center and retail operations support team.

Dave most recently served as Managing Director for Client Service & Operations for Charles Schwab & Co. based in Englewood, CO. In this role Dave was responsible for more than 100 institutional client relationships representing $9 billion in assets and provided client services, sales, risk management and strategic planning. Prior to serving as Managing Director, Dave was Senior Operations Manager and Relationship Manager for Charles Schwab.

Before going to Charles Schwab, he was Vice President at J.P. Morgan Chase Card Services, formerly Washington Mutual, where he managed credit card procurement, strategic planning and vendor relationships. Earlier in his career at Chase Dave held positions of Senior Call Center Manager and Workforce Management Analyst.

A graduate of Colorado State University with a Bachelor’s degree in finance, Dave earned his MBA from Texas Christian University. Fort Knox Federal proudly welcomes Dave Krause to the Credit Union family and is excited about the level experience and knowledge he brings to the Credit Union.

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial service cooperative and is insured by NCUA for individual deposits up to $250,000 per share account with unlimited insurance coverage on checking accounts. Fort Knox Federal has been awarded the BAUER FINANCIAL highest 5-star SUPERIOR rating for safety for 21 consecutive years. Fort Knox Federal also received a financial strength rating of “A+” or “Excellent” from Weiss Ratings, the nation’s leading independent provider of ratings and analyses of financial services companies.

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