Kahler Joins Business Dept.

Kahler Joins Business Dept.

Photo of Austin Kahler.BISMARCK, ND (Aug. 9, 2017) – Austin Kahler recently joined Capital Credit Union’s business services department as a credit analyst. In this role, he will help the credit union’s business members make confident financial decisions to help their businesses grow. Kahler brings four years of financial services experience to the credit union.

A University of Mary graduate, Kahler has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration from his alma mater.

A Growing Department
Kahler is the third employee Capital Credit Union’s business services department has added in the past year. Most recently, the department welcomed business services officer, Chris Barry, in September 2016 and Kirsten Solway, part-time business services associate, in February 2017. Barry helps new member-businesses acquire loans, credit cards and checking accounts in addition to the various products and services the credit union offers, and Solway administers existing portfolios and assists in the administration of processing and servicing commercial loans.

With the addition of these employees, the department has seven full-time employees located at its Main Office in Bismarck, and one full- and one part-time employee located at its Fargo Branch. These employees provide member-businesses with information about the products and services the credit union offers, including:

  • Business loans, including lines of credit, real estate and SBA loans
  • Visa Rewards credit card
  • Interest-bearing checking and savings accounts
  • Merchant services

Accolades
Capital Credit Union has received the Director’s Award from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s North Dakota District Office seven times since 2009. The award recognizes the credit union’s commitment to supporting the growth and expansion of small businesses in communities across the state through its lending program.

Click here for more information about Capital Credit Union’s business services department.

Photo cutline: Austin Kahler