Security National Bank has appointed Jarryd Israel to executive vice president (EVP) and chief credit officer (CCO), based at its Three Pacific Place headquarters at 1120 South 101st Street in Omaha, Neb.
As CCO, Israel will lead the bank’s team of credit professionals responsible for underwriting, lending administration and portfolio management. Israel joined the bank two years ago and has spent the last 14 years in various credit administration roles. He earned a Juris Doctorate specializing in banking and commercial law from the University of Nebraska College of Law. Israel attended the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas.
“Jarryd has proven to be an important team member in our bank’s growth,” said Tim Sullivan, president. “His expertise in credit analysis has improved our efficiency and driven more collaboration amongst our associates, leading to a better experience for our customers.”
Israel succeeds Vince Pille, who joined the bank 32 years ago and will transition to EVP, credit administration. Pille led the bank’s credit department for a vast majority of his tenure, protecting and maintaining the bank’s credit profile, achieving remarkably low loan losses while building a quality credit administration team.
“Vince has been an outstanding part of the bank’s leadership team and his dedication to our employees and customers has been tremendous,” said James “Jim” E. Landen, executive chairman. “He has managed the growth of the loan portfolio with integrity and prudent underwriting and portfolio management practices showing an unwavering commitment to the safety and soundness of the bank. This commitment has resulted in minimal loan losses during his tenure, and we look forward to his assistance and guidance as a senior advisor.”
BauerFinancial, the nation’s premier bank rating firm, maintains that Security National Bank has earned its Top (5-Star) Rating for financial strength and stability. Having earned Bauer’s 5-Star rating for 63 consecutive quarters, the bank garners an even higher designation as an “Exceptional Performance Bank.” Additionally, IDC Financial has rated the bank as “Superior,” its highest rating.
Security National Bank, founded in 1964, is one of the Midwest’s largest privately-held community banks with nearly $1.6 billion in assets. Its trust and wealth management division exceeds $2.0 billion in assets under management.
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