Prindle’s story ran as an “Executive Profile,” an on-going feature in which the Business Journal “offers insights into the management styles, hobbies and inspirations of the South Florida c-suite,” according to the article. Below is an excerpt from the article:
For Allan Prindle, a convenient job was the catalyst for a three-decade career in the financial services industry.
He worked a variety of jobs before taking a position as a bank teller in Massachusetts during a summer while in college.
It was his first professional job, he said, and one that put him on the path toward the executive role he holds today.
As CEO of Power Financial Credit Union, Prindle leads one of South Florida’s largest credit unions. And the 32,000-member institution is poised for even more growth.
The credit union recently received regulatory approval for its acquisition of TransCapital Bank, a deal that would bring an additional $200 million in assets to the Pembroke Pines-based institution.