A credit union in the region hired a new director of secondary sales.
St. Joseph-based United Federal Credit Union said on Feb. 20 it selected Daniel Dame for the role.
In his new role, Dame will be responsible for developing a comprehensive secondary sales strategy to include all aspects of mortgage pipeline management and efficient use of credit union resources.
Dame will work out of United’s corporate headquarters at 2807 S. State St.
He also will be responsible for the establishment of daily mortgage prices and rates, as well as originating and servicing as many investor quality mortgages as possible within normal secondary market standards while meeting the financial needs and expectations of United’s members.
Dame brings more than eight years of experience in the financial services industry, most recently serving as a secondary marketing analyst at Lake Michigan Credit Union in Grand Rapids.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Davenport University and is currently working on an Master of Business Association.
United Federal Credit Union
Founded in 1949, United Federal Credit Union has more than 177,000 member-owners worldwide and manages over $2.9 billion in assets.
United has branches in Arkansas, Indiana, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina and Ohio.