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Community Service Credit Union Announces Selection of New CLO
Friday, July 17, 2015 6:55 AM

Paul Maley has been named as Community Service Credit Union’s new chief lending officer, effective Monday, July 20, 2015. The executive search was conducted by Credit Union Resources for the $91 million dollar credit union.  Credit Union Resources was selected to conduct this search because of their experience in the credit union industry, as well as in lending. With their innovative approach to executive search, Credit Union Resources utilized digital interviewing to help the credit union identify the best candidate for this role.

Previously the collections manager at River City Federal Credit Union in San Antonio, Texas, Maley was responsible for leading staff, loan losses and delinquency, bankruptcy and repossession processes, process improvements, operational procedures, and departmental and individual strategic goals. During his leadership at the credit union, he significantly reduced the delinquency and the charge-off ratio.

Prior to working at River City, Maley was the assistant vice president – collections section manager, at JPMorgan Chase in Houston, Texas. Maley led a staff of more than 50 employees and was responsible for the collection for an $18 billion subprime automotive portfolio.

With more than 25 years of lending and operations experience within the financial services industry and eight of those years within the credit union movement, Maley will help Community Service continue its mission to improve its members’ lives through exceptional service. Maley is recognized in the industry for managing high growth, driving results, and leading successful teams.

Maley received a Bachelor of Arts in business management from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. He also completed the Executive Program in Understanding and Solving Complex Business Problems from the MIT Sloan School of Management.