BOSTON (4/3/14)--The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston announced that Bernard P. Isabelle, president/CEO, Vermont FCU, Burlington, Vt., is among latest appointees to the First District's Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC).
Isabelle, who leads the $394 million-asset credit union, joins two other credit union representatives on the council. Edward Danek Jr., president/CEO, Hartford (Conn.) FCU, with $80 million in assets; and Michael L'Ecuyer, president/CEO, Bellwether Community CU, Manchester, N.H., with $387 million in assets, also serve on the body.
The CDIAC represents banks, thrifts and credit unions of various asset sizes within the First District. It provides input on economic and banking conditions, regulatory policies and payment issues. Appointees typically serve three-year terms.
Last month, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco named David Doss, president/CEO of $1.47 billion-asset Arizona State CU, Phoenix, as one of the latest appointees to 12th District's CDIAC.