Mark Anderson Promoted to Branch Operations Administrator for Grandpoint Bank

Mark Anderson, Grandpoint Bank, Branch Operations Administrator

Mark Anderson, Grandpoint Bank, Branch Operations Administrator

We are very proud to announce that Mark Anderson has moved from head of operations for Regents Bank to step into a newly-created role of Branch Operations Administrator for Grandpoint Bank. Mark will continue to be based in La Jolla and will be responsible for all branch operations at Grandpoint and its divisions Regents Bank and Bank of Tucson, and at The Biltmore Bank of Arizona, a subsidiary of Grandpoint Capital. He will direct operational efficiencies in the banking offices, manage audits and oversee customer service.

As our banking family continues to grow, offering new resources to our clients and increasing demands upon our operations staff, Mark’s strong management experience is a tremendous asset. His leadership and focus on our banking office operations will help us maximize efficiencies and ensure that clients continue to receive a high level of service.

Mark joined Regents Bank when California Community Bank merged with Regents more than a year ago. He worked at California Community Bank for more than nine years, where he served as Executive Vice President/Operations Administrator.

Mark and his wife Debbie live in San Marcos. They have three grown children. Mark and his family have given back to the community by taking part in the Susan G Komen 3-Day for the last two years and hosted fundraising events in their home for the charitable organization. Additionally, Mark and his family host an annual food raising party to benefit Angel’s Depot, which delivers food supplies and meals to seniors.

Congratulations, Mark, and thanks for the great work you’ve already been doing to help us build a strong foundation upon which we will continue to build an exceptional banking organization for our clients.

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Posted on January 24, 2014, in Grandpoint Bank, Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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