Bank of Washington has employed two new vice presidents of industrial lending.
Gary Tod, of Wildwood, and Brian Phillips, of Union, are becoming a member of the crew in Washington, bringing practically 4 a long time of mixed expertise, in accordance with a press launch from the financial institution. Chris Eckelkamp and Sam Unnerstall are the opposite industrial lending vice presidents.
In their new posts, Tod and Phillips will work with shoppers on financing for actual property, accomplice buyouts, acquisitions and different investments, in accordance with Phillips.
Both males are from the realm — Phillips is a graduate of Union High School, and Tod is a graduate of St. Francis Borgia Regional High School.
Tod earned his bachelor’s diploma in finance from Missouri Valley College and has over 18 years of industrial banking expertise, principally with massive regional banks within the St. Louis area, in accordance with the discharge.
“I worth the tradition and household environment on the Bank of Washington and our potential to make selections rapidly,” Tod stated within the launch.
In an electronic mail, Tod stated he’s excited to work with acquainted faces on the financial institution and work nearer to his prolonged relations who reside in Washington.
After graduating from Fontbonne University, Phillips has labored over 21 years within the banking business, with expertise starting from retail department administration to enterprise banking and industrial lending. Most lately, he was the vice chairman of SBA lending for US Bank for Missouri.
“Brian provides a brand new stage of expertise and experience with U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) lending to our industrial lending crew,” Bank of Washington President Louis B. “Buzz” Eckelkamp III stated within the launch.