SOURCE: Seacoast Commerce Bank
SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 18, 2013) - Seacoast Commerce Bank (OTCQB: SCCB) today announced the hiring of Doug Haman, Senior Vice President, SBA Business Development Officer (BDO), in its Phoenix, Arizona, Loan Production Office (LPO). Haman's background includes 16-years of SBA lending, all in the greater Phoenix market, as well as prior work experience in commercial real estate services, and as a senior appraiser and consultant.
"Doug is a great addition to our SBA Team and provides the bank with a second seasoned BDO in the rapidly improving greater Phoenix market, complementing our existing BDO Shawn Greenway. Doug and I worked together in the past and we are excited to be working together again. Doug has been an advocate for small business throughout his career and has been an outstanding producer of SBA loans, specifically for the small business owners who want to buy, construct, or expand their own facility," stated David H. Bartram, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Office and SBA Division Manager. Doug can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com or at (602)-343-2285.
Seacoast Commerce Bank is a business bank operating in San Diego, California, with loan production offices in San Diego County, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Ramon and Sacramento, California; Bellevue, Washington; Phoenix, Arizona; Salt Lake City, Utah; Las Vegas, Nevada; Dallas and Houston, Texas. For more information on the bank please visit our website at www.sccombank.com or contact Richard M. Sanborn, President and Chief Executive Officer at 858-432-7001. For more information on Seacoast Commerce Bank's SBA lending platform, please contact David H. Bartram, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer and SBA Division Manager at 858-432-7002.
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