USAA has announced the appointments of chief accounting officer Brad Weber, bank chief risk officer Mani Sulur and senior vice president, financial risk, George Stamatelatos, set to be based out of the firm’s new Charlotte office.
According to USAA, Weber spent 15 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he provided auditing and consulting services to financial services companies.
Weber will be responsible for managing and maintaining areas including, sound accounting operations, external financial and regulatory reporting.
USSA said Sulur joins the firm from Wells Fargo where he served as executive vice president and control executive for its consumer lending businesses.
Sulur will lead all aspects of risk management for USAA Federal Savings Bank.
Stamatelatos also joins from Wells Fargo, according to the firm and has over 25 years of banking experience at firms including JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Citibank.
Stamatelatos will lead teams overseeing USAA’s financial risks that include credit, market, interest rate and liquidity.
Wayne Peacock, USAA president and CEO, said: “I’m confident the addition of these great leaders will help to advance our mission serving military families as we enter our second century. Attracting quality financial services leaders was a driving force in selecting Charlotte for our expansion.”