Bank of Marin Will Expand Its Footprint South of San Francisco; Names Jake Nguyen as Regional Manager for the Peninsula and South Bay
Bank of Marin has hired Jake Nguyen as Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking Regional Manager for the Peninsula and South Bay region. Mr. Nguyen will focus on building a local team of commercial bankers to work with small to mid-sized companies to provide business, equipment and commercial real estate financing, cash management services and wealth management solutions. He will direct sales activities, oversee loan structuring and underwriting, and ensure overall proactive relationship management for business clients, while also growing Bank of Marin’s community engagement in the Bay Area region south of San Francisco.
“Jake’s extensive regional experience in lending, business development and relationship management is invaluable as Bank of Marin expands its presence into the Peninsula and South Bay,” said Russell A. Colombo, President and CEO. “We are excited to bring our long-standing commitment to relationship banking and disciplined fundamentals to the businesses and communities south of San Francisco.”
A committed member of the South Bay business community, Mr. Nguyen and his family have been Peninsula residents for the last 25 years. Currently, he is a board member of the San Mateo Rotary, serving their scholarship drive and scholarship grants, and a member of the San Mateo Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Nguyen’s nonprofit affiliations include the board of the San Mateo Police Activities League and various local fundraising activities.
Mr. Nguyen brings 30 years of corporate and commercial banking experience to this role, with the last 21 spent as a senior leader in commercial lending in the Peninsula and South Bay markets. During that time, he built several successful sales teams that consistently achieved strong loan and deposit growth, with a focus on commercial real estate, construction and commercial & industrial (C&I) lending. He holds a BS in Finance, Banking, and Real Estate Finance from San Francisco State University and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School.