Encompass Credit Union welcomes new Wetaskiwin branch manager

Encompass Credit Union’s new Wetaskiwin Branch Manager Mark Moran is looking forward to meeting the...

  • Oct. 4, 2016 9:00 a.m.

Encompass Credit Union’s new Wetaskiwin Branch Manager Mark Moran is looking forward to meeting the members and business members from the Wetaskiwin area.

Submitted by Encompass Credit Union

Encompass Credit Union’s new Wetaskiwin Branch Manager Mark Moran is looking forward to meeting the members and business members from the Wetaskiwin area.

Moran comes with 30 years’ experience in the banking field, starting out as a teller in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in 1980.His career has seen him work in a number of locations, spanning four provinces. In 1988, Moran assumed a Branch Manger’s role, and managed two separate branches covering a 10-year period. Mark left banking in 1999 to work in the hospitality industry. In 2006, Moran moved to Alberta and, again focused on small business and agricultural markets as a senior account manager. From 2011 to 2016, he led a team of agriculture and business banking specialists.

Encompass’ newest branch manager is starting the process of getting to know the current membership He’s looking forward to providing advice on all aspects of banking and working with his team to provide an outstanding membership experience.

“Wetaskiwin is a great city, and my wife Cathy and I are really looking forward to being part of the community,” said Moran, who has been an active member of the Chamber of Commerce and former Chamber president in one of his previous communities. He’s also been a member of several service organizations, including the Kinsmen and Lions’ Clubs.

“I’m excited for this new challenge with Encompass Credit Union,” said Moran. “I really want to offer my years of experience in helping members with their needs for today, and focus on their wants for tomorrow.”

Moran has five grown children and a grandchild, and he and his wife Cathy are both active golfers.


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