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SELCO Hires Wayne Dickinson as Vice President

August 25, 2020—SELCO Community Credit Union Hires Wayne Dickinson As Vice President, Cash Management Officer for Its Commercial & Business Banking Division

Dickinson brings 33 years of banking experience to SELCO

(BEND, Ore.) — SELCO Community Credit Union recently hired Wayne Dickinson as vice president, cash management officer for its Commercial & Business Banking division. In this role, Dickinson will oversee SELCO’s cash management program, from sales and service to commercialization of new and exciting products, in service of local businesses.

Dickinson will be stationed in the Old Mill branch in Bend, but his responsibilities will include much of the state, from Portland south to the Eugene/Springfield area and east to Central Oregon.

Dickinson has worked in the banking industry for 33 years, including the last 26 within cash management services. Most recently, he was a senior treasury solutions officer at First Interstate Bank in Bend.

“We’re excited to welcome Wayne to our SELCO team," said Mike Donaca, vice president of Commercial & Business Banking. “His vast experience within a fun, locally based financial institution setting will ensure the businesses we work with will have an excellent blend of the newest and fastest cash management technologies coupled with the familiarity SELCO is so known for throughout Oregon.”

Dickinson earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with an emphasis in insurance, from Washington State University. In 2002, he gained his Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation through the Association of Financial Professionals.

In addition to his duties at SELCO, he serves on the board of United Way of Central Oregon. He previously served as a board member and president of the Portland Treasury Management Association and was on the board of the Heart of Oregon Corps. Away from work, Dickinson enjoys time with his teenage children and heads outdoors for golfing and hiking.

For more information on SELCO’s Commercial & Business Banking division, visit 

 
About SELCO Community Credit Union:
Founded over 80 years ago by a group of fiscally minded teachers, Eugene-based SELCO Community Credit Union today serves more than 142,000 members as the third-largest Oregon-based credit union. A not-for-profit, federally insured, member-driven financial cooperative with more than $2 billion in assets, SELCO provides its member-owners with exceptional rates and low fees on a full range of financial products and services, including banking, mortgages, personal and business loans, investments, and insurance. Membership is available to anyone who lives or works in one of the 27 Oregon counties SELCO serves. For more information or to become a member today, stop by one of SELCO’s 15 branches, visit selco.org, or call 800-445-4483.

 

Contacts

Jacob Berns, SELCO, 541-338-3841jberns@selco.org
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