IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 27, 2014) - Plaza Bank (
"We recognize that providing a superior service experience to our clients is paramount to our continued success, and we would not be able to achieve that without a stellar team of people who put our clients' needs as their greatest priority. So it makes sense to promote several key players who continue to set us apart and exceed all expectations," shared Gene Galloway, President and CEO of Plaza Bank. Galloway added, "We are honored to count these experts in their field as part of the Plaza Bank family."
Sally Myers in our Orange County location was promoted to Executive Vice President/Risk Manager.
Sally's history with banking began at the young age of 16 and has spanned numerous financial institutions throughout Southern California. Her extensive background earned her the lead at Plaza Bank in assessing risks (operational, strategic, reputation, compliance) and implementation of safe and sound practices. She graduated from University of Wisconsin Madison with a BA and an MA in History.
Leo Moschioni, in our Las Vegas location, was promoted to Senior Vice President - Southern Nevada Market Manager.
As a resident of Las Vegas for 45 years and a graduate of UNLV, Leo's banking career within both commercial and real estate lending spans over 26 years. He specializes in new relationship generation and special asset opportunities for specialized lending needs.
Ray Lucero in our Las Vegas location was promoted to Vice President/Relationship Manager
Trevor Noel in Orange County was promoted to Vice President/Business Development Officer
Martin Tostado in Orange County was promoted to Assistant Vice President/BSA Officer
For more information about how Plaza Bank can serve your business banking needs, visit www.plazabank.net or to find out more about Plaza Bank's continuing financial and business status, visit http://plazabank.net/about-plaza-bank/financial-statements-2/.
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