TCF National Bank, a subsidiary of TCF Financial, appointed Lindsay Yousif chief compliance officer.
“Lindsay’s compliance expertise has been critical to TCF’s success, from her leadership with the merger of equals to helping conceptualize our five-year, $1 billion loan commitment to minority- and women-owned small businesses, and small businesses in minority communities,” James Cummans, executive vice president of risk management at TCF Bank, said. “Her experience and well-rounded compliance background will serve TCF well as she and other key leaders maintain and advance regulatory relationships and continue to build upon the culture of compliance within the bank.”
Yousif has six years of experience with TCF Bank, most recently serving as deputy chief compliance officer and fair lending and responsible banking officer. She has 19 years of experience in the banking industry, including roles as community reinvestment act officer and lending compliance officer. She serves as a board member of the Fair Housing Center of Metro Detroit and was recently honored as a Corp! Magazine 2020 Salute to Diversity Winner.
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