Indianapolis, IN – Financial Center has hired Chris Sibila as Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer (CIO).

With more than 30 years of experience in the financial services space, Sibila brings  expertise in digital solutions, technology, product management, payments, data analytics, information security, fraud prevention, and operations to the Indianapolis-based credit union.

In his most recent role as CIO at CNG Holdings, Sibila was responsible for championing technology, including overseeing 100 employees across software engineering, quality assurance, infrastructure, data management, and IT operations.

Sibila additionally has held executive level roles at Harland Clarke as Senior Vice President of Product Management and Payment Services, Elements Financial FCU as EVP and CIO, Citibank as Director of Product Management for Global Consumer Technology, and several leadership roles during 19 years with Fifth Third Bank.

Sibila’s appointment as CIO of Financial Center is a testament to his leadership skills and ability to drive organizational transformations.

“We are thrilled to welcome Chris as our new CIO,” said Financial Center President & CEO, Cameron Minges. “His extensive experience and proven track record in the financial services space make him ideal to lead our digital first banking strategy. We are confident that he will have a positive impact on our organization and help us continue to grow and support our members’ needs.”

Sibila has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and is an MBA graduate from Xavier University. Sibila and his family are residents of Zionsville and he actively serves in his community with the Indy CIO Network and the Versiti Blood Center of Indiana.

About Financial Center: Financial Center First Credit Union is an $847 million credit union whose mission is to improve the financial lives of its members who live or work in Indianapolis, Kokomo, Muncie, and their surrounding counties. Over 80,000 members at Financial Center and its Muncie-based division, Ball State Financial, take advantage of competitive rates and lower fees by banking with the Central Indiana-based credit union. Financial Center is proud to empower the community by supporting military veterans, feeding the hungry, and bringing award-winning financial education to all. Learn more at
fcfcu.com.


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