August 5, 2016 – Delray Beach, FL:
Local Credit Union Leader, Mike Miller, Featured in South Florida Business Journal
IBM Southeast Employees’ Credit Union's President/CEO, Michael Miller, was recently honored in the award-winning South Florida Business Journal as one of the Top 100 Power Leaders in Banking & Finance.
Miller has been CEO at IBMSECU for three years and his recent accomplishments have been noticed, awarding him recognition as a key player in not just the local, but national credit union industry. His leadership positively helps the South Florida economy.
Miller was born in Warsaw, Indiana and previously was CEO at Indiana Members Credit Union. He has a B.S. in finance from Indiana University; commercial lending from the Graduate School of the South; and commercial lending from CUNA Commercial Lending School. His greatest professional achievement over the course of his 30-year professional life has been that he has participated in more than 25 mergers of financial institutions.
IBMSECU is a Member-owned financial institution that has provided financial services to families for more than 45 years. To be eligible for Membership, you must live in an approved county, worship or attend school in an approved county, work for or be retired from a Member Company, or be an immediate family member of/live in the same household as an existing Member. Only $5 is needed to open a savings account and begin your lifetime Membership with IBMSECU. To join, use the secure Online Membership Application or call 800.873.5100.
Miller stated “I love working in and being a part of the credit union industry and always want to make sure that IBMSECU follows the CU philosophy of ‘People Helping People.’ I’m honored to be featured in the South Florida Business Journal’s Top 100 Power Leaders in the Banking & Finance industry. I want to continue to make a positive impact on the communities we work and live in.”
On a personal note, growing up on a Midwestern farm gave Miller invaluable life lessons in working hard and preserving through hard times. His first business lesson was when he raised a cow and used the sale proceeds to purchase his first car.