June 24, 2017 4:44 PM ET


Company Overview of National Cooperative Bank, N.A.

Company Overview

National Cooperative Bank, N.A. provides banking and financial services to grocery wholesaler coops, purchasing coops, housing coops, and other member-owned organizations in the United States. It offers checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, IRA accounts, CDARS/ICS, and AdvantAge deposit program; and cash management, lockbox and payment processing, coin and currency, and remote deposit capture services. The company also provides business loans, cooperative housing loans, commercial term loans, commercial real estate loans, community development loans, community association loans, small business loans, and LeverAge financing programs; personal and mortgage loans; association ...

139 South High Street

Hillsboro, OH 45133

United States

Founded in 1890





Key Executives for National Cooperative Bank, N.A.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 62
President and Executive Managing Director
Age: 53
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 57
Chief Operating Officer
Age: 52
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

National Cooperative Bank, N.A. Key Developments

National Cooperative Bank Announces Board Changes

National Cooperative Bank (NCB) held its annual meeting on May 4, 2017 at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington, D.C. During the meeting, NCB announced its 2017 Board of Directors with Martin Lowery, Executive Vice President for the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association serving as chair. The Board welcomes one new member, Patrick Jury, president and CEO of Iowa Credit Union League, Des Moines, IA. Jury replaces Steve Cunningham of S.F. Cunningham LLC.

National Cooperative Bank Appoints Shaun Kelley as Chief Credit Officer

National Cooperative Bank (NCB) announced that Shaun Kelley has joined as Chief Credit Officer. To this role, Shaun brings over 36 years of experience in commercial loans and portfolio management. As Chief Credit Officer, Shaun will be responsible for setting loan policy, managing the credit and loan closing processes, provide credit guidance throughout the organization and assure documentation is in compliance with loan committee approvals and regulatory audits. Prior to joining NCB, Shaun spent 15 years at PNC Bank N.A. most currently as an executive vice president responsible for all credit oversight, approval, underwriting and quality for PNC's $3.6 billion commercial loan portfolio in Greater Washington and Commonwealth of Virginia.

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