ANN ARBOR, MI (May 9, 2016) – The University of Michigan Credit Union (UMCU) announced the recent promotion of Tom Kuslikis to Vice President of Finance and Accounting. UMCU dude

Kuslikis has been with the credit union for two and a half years. In 2015, he was named “Trailblazer 40 Below” by Credit Union Times Magazine for his work as interim VP of Finance and Accounting and VP of Internal Audit and Compliance. As liaison for UCMU’s audit and examination processes, Kuslikis developed an internal audit department for the credit union.

In his new role as VP of Finance and Accounting, Kuslikis is involved in creating and implementing the direction of the credit union from managing their sizable investment portfolio to developing and analyzing UMCU’s financial statements, books, and asset liability strategy.

“As a member of our senior leadership team, Kuslikis plays a key role in the function and progress of the credit union. Kuslikis has done a great job of setting and maintaining the high standards we hold ourselves to as a financial institution as well as revamping our internal audit system and investment portfolio, making it so that we can best serve our members now and well into the future. It has been a pleasure to have him as a member of our team and I look forward to the many excited changes he has planned for the coming years as the new VP of Finance and Accounting.” – Tiffany Ford, CEO of UMCU.


About the University of Michigan Credit Union

The University of Michigan Credit Union (UMCU) is a member owned, not-for-profit cooperative. Our purpose is to aMAIZE our members, community, and team by working together for our shared success.

UMCU is the only credit union headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan. When established in 1954, they were 12 members and $9.00 in assets. Today, UMCU has over 75,000 members and $664 million in assets and they continue to grow! With two virtual branches, seven traditional branches in Ann Arbor, one in Ypsilanti, one in Dearborn, and three branches in Flint, UMCU is able to serve the financial needs of the University of Michigan and its community in all of these areas.

For more information on UMCU, you can refer to their website at or talk to one of their team members at your local branch location.



Source: SPARK