Ben Rempe Named President Of myCUmortgage

Ben Rempe has been named president of myCUmortgage, a leading Credit Union Service Organization.

Rempre will take over starting June 3, 2024. He brings more than two decades of credit union and financial services experience to the position, mostly recently serving as SVP of Credit Unions at the National Cooperative Bank.

His other experience includes COO of LenderClose, VP of Business Development at TMG Financial Services, and Director of Business Development for Community Business Lenders.

Rempe also founded and led the startup Rebel Structured Finance, which serviced more than 300 credit unions and raised more than $11.5 million in capital.

“Since 2012, I have been partnering with myCUmortgage and Wright-Patt Credit Union. From the onset, I have encountered visionaries laser-focused on making homeownership affordable and available to credit union members,” said Rempe.

“I know that by leading with focus and empathy, myCUmortgage is poised to be the premier mortgage services provider for credit unions, and I cannot wait to begin this journey.”

Rempe holds an MBA from the University of Iowa and a bachelor’s degree in marketing, banking and finance from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

“myCUmortgage’s search for a new president focused on the skill sets, experience, and traits needed to grow the company to its next stage, including a strategic and visionary mindset; a strong connection to credit unions and their culture; CUSO experience; a strong sales and growth mentality with connections in the credit union world; outstanding leadership skills; and a proven track record of getting things done,” said Tim Mislansky, President of Wright-Patt Credit Union and chairman of the myCUmortgage Board of Managers.

“After a national search with several outstanding candidates, we recognized that Ben checked all these boxes.”

myCUmortgage provides mortgage solutions to nearly 200 credit union partners across the U.S. In 2023, it signed 13 new partners, accounting for almost 686,000 members and nearly $4 billion in assets.

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