Hauppauge-based GrooveCar Inc., a provider of credit union financing services for car buyers, has hired a new executive.
The new GrooveCar executive is Indira Khan, according to company founder and president, David Jacobson, left. Her job title is director of credit union relations.
Khan has 25 years' experience in the banking, credit union and financial service industries.She "will be responsible for all company relationships with its far-flung credit union constituency on and off Long Island, especially as it grows its national footprint," the company said.
“Indira brings a wealth of knowledge about credit unions and financial services to our organization,” Jacobson, said.
Khan previously worked as a senior analyst at Bank of America in Jericho; as a lending manager at Sperry Federal Credit Union; and as an operations supervisor at WAMU (Washington Mutual), now part of JP Morgan Chase, in Islandia.
Formed in 2000, GrooveCar links 1.2 million members of 26 credit unions on Long Island and Queens with dealers who pay to be part of the GrooveCar network -- about 90 percent of Long Island's new auto retailers.
Photo: GrooveCar founder and president David Jacobson.
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