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ESL hires Evans for new business growth position

Rochester Business Journal
May 1, 2014

ESL Federal Credit Union has hired Malik Evans to fill its newly created position of business growth manager, company officials announced Thursday.

Evans joined ESL in March and will lead efforts grow business at the largest credit union in the Rochester area, officials said. He also will coordinate ESL’s efforts to solve economic and social problems in the communities it serves.
Evans previously was a vice president and senior branch manager for M&T Bank Corp.’s retail banking division. He also is a member of the Rochester City School District Board of Education.

ESL ranks first among credit unions in the Rochester market with assets of $4.8 billion. It employs 660 and has 319,000 members.

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