CEO leaves Coast Capital for banking job in Regina

Coast Capital's chief risk officer is filling in on an interim basis
Don Coulter has left Coast Capital Savings for Concentra Bank

The CEO of one B.C.’s largest credit unions is bidding adieu to the West Coast for a banking job in the Prairies.

Coast Capital Savings announced Wednesday (January 10) Dan Coulter has resigned as its president and CEO.

Coulter, who joined Coast Capital in 2009 as its chief financial officer, is assuming the top job at Regina-based Concentra Bank.

Coast Capital’s chief risk officer, Bruce Shouten, is serving as the credit union’s interim CEO while the board of directors undertakes a search for a new boss.

Surrey-based Coast Capital is the province’s fourth largest credit union.

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