Brian Constable Joins Bank of the West’s Regional Banking Group in New Role as Territory Manager
Orange County/San Francisco | Nov 10, 2015
Bank of the West announced today that Brian K. Constable has joined its Regional Banking Group as senior vice president and territory manager, a newly created position at the organization, for its Southern California and Midwestern markets. In his new role, Constable will oversee eight regional offices with a focus on increasing the Bank’s market share with business owners. Constable will report to Matt Bierman, senior vice president and national business banking manager at Bank of the West.
“Brian has an impressive track record and proven ability to improve business efficiencies and production, coupled with his business development knowledge will be instrumental as we continue to expand the Bank’s footprint,” said, Matt Bierman. “His commitment to providing exceptional service aligns with our current and future goals.”
Constable has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. He most recently served in leadership roles at CommerceWest, CTBC and Sunwest Bank attending to commercial banking clients’ needs, which included providing wealth, small business, commercial, mortgages service and providing financial advice.
Constable currently serves as a member of the Small Business Financial Development Corporation of Orange County loan committee.
About Bank of the West:
Bank of the West is a regional financial services company chartered in California and headquartered in San Francisco with $74 billion in assets as of September 30, 2015. Founded in 1874, Bank of the West provides a wide range of personal, commercial, wealth management and international banking services through more than 600 offices in 22 states and digital channels. Bank of the West is a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, which has a presence in 75 countries with 185,000 employees.
Ayele Ajavon, Bank of the West
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