FAIRFIELD — Travis Credit Union has appointed two people to new positions.
Ivan Jones is the new senior vice president and chief financial officer. Jones joined Travis Credit Union in 2006 as a financial analyst and was promoted to vice president of finance in March 2012.
Jones will plan and direct all aspects of Travis Credit Union’s balance-sheet management and investment programs, including reviewing the investment strategy, identifying new opportunities and recommending changes in investment operations to improve profitability. He also will oversee the credit union’s budgeting function and the compliance/risk management and support services areas, a credit union press release said.
This appointment supports the credit union’s plan to transition its current chief financial officer, Nav Khanna, to his new position as executive vice president.
“This realignment of responsibilities and appointments of Nav and Ivan will add depth in our organization,” Chief Executive Officer Patsy Van Ouwerkerk said in a press release.
Rebecca Slaughter is the new vice president of enterprise project management. She joined the credit union in May. She will be responsible for streamlining management tools and processes and overseeing the credit union’s most strategic projects and initiatives.
“She will play a key role in expanding Travis Credit Union’s technology-based service initiatives to offer even greater value and convenience to our members moving forward,” Van Ouwerkerk said in a press release.
Slaughter previously serves as lead project manager for Kaiser Permanente in Fresno.
Travis Credit Union has its headquarters in Vacaville. It is the 11th-largest credit union in California with more than 161,000 members and more than $2.1 billion in assets.
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