Dallas, TX, June 10, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Dallas-based SWACHA, one of the largest not-for-profit regional electronic payment associations in the country, announced today that Mark Few, EVP-COO of Centennial Bank in Lubbock, is a new member of the SWACHA Board of Directors. SWACHA’s 17-member board is made up of representatives from its membership which includes nearly 1,000 financial institutions throughout Texas, New Mexico and Louisiana.
Few will begin serving at the next Board meeting in August 2015. A past Chairman of the Independent Banker Association of Texas and an IBAT Leadership Excellence Award winner, Few has more than 30 years-experience in the banking industry. Currently, Few leads Centennial Bank in Lubbock, TX (assets size 739 mil) with more than 170 employees as Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer.
“We are very pleased that Mark is joining our board of directors,” said Laura Steele, AAP, president and CEO of SWACHA. “Few is joining an incredible group of financial professionals who have strong voices on issues that are important to our industry. There are exciting projects on the horizon for SWACHA and our Board members are an asset in their completion and ultimately, our success.”
About SWACHA: SWACHA is a not- for-profit Regional Payments Association celebrating over 40 years of serving approximately 1,000 members across the Southwest. SWACHA is the resource of choice for financial institutions and corporations in the areas of education, training, payments system risks and knowledge about electronic payments. For more information, visit: Web: www.swacha.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/bringingpaymentstogether Twitter: @SWACHA