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Financial Plus Credit Union Welcomes New Commercial Lenders

Financial Plus Credit Union is pleased to announce the addition of three new commercial lenders: Matt Schroeder, Melanie Shipp and Kevin Bank.

Matt Schroeder will provide commercial business services to the market area of Lapeer, Imlay City, Davison, Lake Orion and Oxford cities along with Macomb and Lapeer Counties. Schroeder is a highly knowledgeable lender who brings 10 years of extensive commercial business experience to Financial Plus and enjoys partnering with business owners.

“I provided financing for a business several years into their new endeavor, and then later provided financing for a move to a new location to allow for further business expansion,” he said.

Schroeder is involved in many community organizations and events including Imlay City Rotary, Premier Night Fundraisers and various Chambers of Commerce.

Melanie Shipp and Kevin Bank will provide commercial business services to the Livingston County and northern Oakland County markets, as well as the surrounding areas.

Shipp brings 10 years of commercial experience with 18 years in retail banking.

“Becoming an essential partner in growing my member’s business is the most important part of being a commercial lender,” she said. “Just as important is being involved in the community and helping local businesses thrive.”

Bank brings 20 years of commercial lending experience and was previously a practicing attorney with a degree from Detroit College of Law. Bank takes pride in being an honest lender who takes a consultative approach and understanding the member’s primary goals.

“It is very rewarding to reflect back on my years as a lender and seeing all of the business owners who have grown their business in part due to my help,” he said.

“Financial Plus Credit Union is pleased to have expanded our commercial lending team,” said Olga Long, the credit union’s senior vice president. “We are confident this will allow us to serve even more business members and strengthen ties within the community.”

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