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Business Observer Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019 3 years ago

Credit union names successor to retiring CFO

Doug Tilden will replace Gail Wean at Grow Financial.

TAMPA — Doug Tilden has joined Tampa-based Grow Financial Credit Union as chief financial officer, succeeding Gail Wean, who is set to retire in April after 21 years with the company.

Tilden, according to a press release, comes to Grow Financial — which boasts $2.5 billion in assets and 200,000 members — from Chase Auto, a division of JPMorgan Chase & Co., where he served as executive director and head of treasury and profitability management. He also served as CFO of Chase Auto’s direct-to-consumer lending business.

Tilden’s career also includes stints with General Electric Co.’s consumer capital markets group, as well as Volvo Financial Services.

“Doug is a multi-talented financial executive and an accomplished leader with a thorough understanding of consumer banking,” Grow Financial CEO Robert Fisher states in the release. “His experience is a huge plus for us, as he takes the reins from one of the most talented and respected CFOs in the credit union industry.”

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