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Bank of Marin Announces Retirement of Executive Vice President Beth Reizman; Names Misako Stewart Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer

Bank of Marin today announced the retirement of Beth Reizman, Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer. Ms. Reizman, age 62, will retire on January 3, 2022. In the interim, on September 30, 2021,
Ms. Reizman will step down from her role as Chief Credit Officer and remain on staff at Bank of Marin to facilitate a smooth transition of duties to her successor.

Misako Stewart, age 53, currently Senior Vice President, Senior Credit Manager, will succeed Ms. Reizman as Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer. In her current role and approval authority, Ms. Stewart works closely with Ms. Reizman and is a key liaison between the Bank’s commercial banking and credit administration teams.

Ms. Stewart started with Bank of Marin in 2013 as a Commercial Banking Manager and was named Senior Credit Manager within Commercial Banking in 2018. In a career that has spanned more than 30 years,
Ms. Stewart has focused on credit administration for mid-sized businesses, along with commercial lending that includes a niche focus on wine industry finance.

“Under Beth’s leadership, Bank of Marin has maintained an unwavering commitment to balancing a strong credit culture and relationship banking, leading us to be one of the premier community banks in California. We are grateful for all that she has contributed to our team, our community and the Bank’s long-term success,” said Russell A. Colombo, Chief Executive Officer. “We ensure that commitment remains unbroken with Misako Stewart as our next Chief Credit Officer. She brings a wealth of experience and institutional knowledge to the job.”

Ms. Reizman’s 40-year career in finance and banking includes extensive experience in business banking, private banking, commercial lending and credit administration. A graduate of Stanford University and a long-time volunteer in the Marin community, Ms. Reizman serves on the Board of Directors of Vivalon.