KeyPoint Credit Union ($1.8B, San Jose, CA) recently welcomed John Caladim as its Chief Financial Officer. He was placed by DDJ Myers, the well-known leadership development firm that is now an ALM First Company, and joined the credit union earlier this year.
Prior to joining KeyPoint, Caladim was Vice President of Finance at Travis Credit Union, a $4.8 billion-asset credit union. He has more than 25 years of financial experience in the Credit Union industry, having also served in leadership roles at CU Capital Market Solutions, Brean Capital, First Empire Securities, CU Investment Solutions, and Alloya Corporate Credit Union.
Brad Canfield, President and CEO of KeyPoint, said, “After an extensive recruitment effort that included top candidates across the nation, we found that John possessed a unique combination of strategic experience and insight, financial expertise, and a commitment to excellence that aligns with our organizational culture. We are very pleased to have John join our executive team and look forward to his contributions toward our continued success.”
“I am thrilled to join the team at KeyPoint,” said Caladim. “I have always been passionate about the credit union movement. I look forward to furthering our mission of enabling members’ financial well-being while simultaneously making a difference in the communities we serve.”
“The entire DDJ Myers team was fantastic. Their professionalism during each step of the process made the whole experience seamless,” said Caladim. “DDJ Myers focuses on what is in the best interest of both their client and their candidate. I’m grateful to Deedee, Leah, Lauren and the entire DDJ Myers team for creating this connection with KeyPoint Credit Union.”
Caladim oversees Accounting & Finance, Risk Management & Cannabis Banking, Corporate Services/Facilities, and Wealth Management. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration & Management from Clarkson University. John is an active community leader and volunteer, having served on boards for several charitable organizations.