Flagstar in Troy Names Senior Vice President, Director of Investment and Insurance Services


David L. Mayer Jr.

Photo courtesy of Flagstar

David L. Mayer Jr. has joined Troy’s Flagstar as senior vice president and director of investment and insurance services.

Bringing 34 years of experience in financial services, Mayer recently served as director of investments at Chemical Bank in Midland. At Flagstar, he will develop a holistic approach to financial planning for customers while overseeing his department.

“We’re fortunate to have someone with Dave’s experience and expertise heading up our investment and insurance services,” says Ryan Goldberg, director of retail banking. “Every day, customers come into our branches looking for help with these services, and Dave has the background and leadership to ensure we can respond to their needs.”

Mayer is a member of the board of the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan.

Flagstar Bancorp Inc. is an $18.7-billion savings and loan holding company. It also provides home loans through a wholesale network of brokers and correspondents across the U.S.

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