(Victor Valley)–The Board of Supervisors today selected a highly accredited and experienced financial professional and active community member to represent the county on the board of the San Bernardino County Employees Retirement Association.
Glenn Duncan, president of GTS Financial Services and a member of the Chino City Council, has had a long career as a highly trusted financial professional, making him ideally suited to sit on the board that manages the county retirement system.
“With his background as both a financial professional and community servant, Glenn Duncan is highly qualified to serve on the retirement board,” said Board of Supervisors Chair Josie Gonzales.
“With the many changes and challenges facing pension systems, including ours, it is important to have someone like Glenn Duncan willing to serve,” Chair Gonzales said.
Since 1992, Mr. Duncan has been president of GTS Financial Services, a tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll management firm based in Chino. Mr. Duncan is an Enrolled Agent, a prestigious designation from the Internal Revenue Service making him a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation. Prior to that, he was the owner of Glenn’s Tax Service and an instructor at the H&R Block Tax School. Mr. Duncan is also a licensed stock broker, registered investment adviser, and a municipal securities representative.
Mr. Duncan’s background as a financial professional compliments his distinguished record of public service. He is serving his fifth term on the Chino City Council and is the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) District 10 Regional Council Board Member. He also serves on the SCAG Four Corners Policy Committee, the SCAG General Assembly, and the SCAG Transportation Committee.
He is also the treasurer of the Chino Valley YMCA and the recent past president of the Rancho del Chino Rotary Club.
The San Bernardino County Employees’ Retirement Association manages the county retirement and pension system and provides its members with an array of services. The association is managed by a nine-member board that includes the County Treasurer, four people appointed by the Board of Supervisors, two people elected by general members, one elected by public safety members of the association, and one elected by retired members.