Introducing our new CEO.
The Four Points Federal Credit Union board of directors is excited to announce the recent appointment of Bart Protzman as the credit union’s new president and chief executive officer. He succeeded the previous CEO of eight years, Cheryl A. Mascarello, who retired in March.
“I am extremely honored to take the President and CEO role and am excited to advance the strategy that the board, Cheryl, and all of my fellow Four Points team members have been working towards these past eight years,” Bart stated. “Four Points FCU has a wonderful membership base, and I plan to continue to offer them industry leading access to the services they need to grow in life.”
Protzman, a highly respected industry expert with a passion for helping people, aims to make Four Points FCU Omaha’s preferred community-driven credit union. Most recently, he was the Director of Customer Experience at Core Bank, where he was primarily focused on technology driven growth without losing the personal touch of a community-based bank.
“Four Points is well positioned to thrive in this uncertain environment”, commented Tony English, Chairman of the Four Points FCU board of directors. “Hiring Bart Protzman as CEO of your Credit Union will bring a wealth of knowledge and a renewed commitment to the Credit Union principles.
Click to read Bart's first letter to Four Points FCU Membership
Stay vigilant, stay protected.
With a trending rise in mobile phone scams and phishing e-mails, we would like to remind our members to please safeguard all financial account information, in order to prevent fraud opportunities.
Please remember—a Four Points FCU employee will never call, e-mail, or text and ask for personal information such as account numbers, PINs, Online Banking login names or passwords, etc.
Beware and refrain from clicking suspicious links or opening attachments on texts & e-mails.
If you have a question or concern about an incident—especially if it involves someone claiming to be from the credit union—please give us a call immediately at 1(800) 323-2786.
Protecting our members, and their money.
After news of the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, many people have their own personal money in mind. Are your funds safe at any financial institution? How much would you lose should they fail?
The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) published an article on March 14th, detailing the major differences between the NCUA-insured funds of a credit union versus the FDIC-insured funds of a bank, as well as what the SVB collapse means for the economy.
While the NCUA and FDIC seemingly do the same thing at the same insured limits, there are some vast differences—all with greater favor leaning towards credit unions and their members.
Click here to learn more.
Becoming a Board Member.
During the year, a call for Board Member elections may be issued by the credit union, signaling the ability for members of Four Points FCU to enter the nomination process.
If you are interested in helping shape Four Points FCU, please review the documents below and submit all forms to the directed credit union official before the listed deadline.
Becoming A Board Member Through Nomination Form
Becoming A Board Member Through Petition Form
Petition for Nomination Signature Sheet