Marion McDermott joins Bank of the West
Kearney, NE | Apr 06, 2016
Bank of the West announced today the appointment of Marion McDermott as vice president and branch manager of the bank’s banking branch in Kearney, located at 4407 2nd Avenue. McDermott, a prominent fixture in the Kearney community, will be responsible for leading the team with providing great service to client and growing Bank of the West’s business in the Kearney market.
“I am very pleased that Marion is joining Bank of the West,” said Anthony Rappa, senior vice president, regional manager of Bank of the West’s Regional Banking Group. “Her energy, dedication to Kearney and proven record of success are a great combination with our strong commitment to community and providing best in class customer service.”
McDermott has more than 15 years of experience working in business development and marketing with a variety of businesses. She is a previous small business owner with over 10 years of entrepreneurial experience. Most recently, McDermott served as president and CEO for the Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce which provides support for more than 900 business members.
McDermott holds an Associate Degree in Business Management from Mid-Plains Community College. She also completed her certification with the United States Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organizational Management and currently resides in Kearney, Nebraska.
About Bank of the West:
Bank of the West is a regional financial services company chartered in California and headquartered in San Francisco with $75.7 billion in assets as of December 31, 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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