LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - October 8, 2010) - Plaza Bank (
The position was created in response to significant anticipated increases in business loan volume and activity initiated by the recently signed Small Business Jobs Act (HR 5297). Plaza has announced the goal to fund $100 million in new commercial loans during the next 12 months, and this position is allocated to meet those needs.
"This is the right time to help our community from a lending standpoint," states Ali Rizvi, Chief Banking Officer at Plaza Bank, Las Vegas. "The SBA estimates that a new job is created with every $35,000 loan, hence we are in a position to substantially impact the regional job market."
Schumacher will be responsible for originating lending opportunities for the Bank's small to medium-size traditional businesses and professional firms. With over 17 years of experience in business lending within the Las Vegas valley, Schumacher has served as Vice President for Business Development at Nevada Commerce Bank, Silver State Bank and Bank of the West. His efforts have consistently led to institutions being named among the leading SBA producers in the state. Schumacher received his bachelor's degree in economics from CSU Long Beach and the University of Southern California.
The Las Vegas branch of Plaza Bank is located at 4043 South Eastern Avenue, and can be reached at (702) 853-4700. To contact Brian Schumacher, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (702) 853-4736.
About Plaza Bank
Plaza Bank is a full-service business bank headquartered in Irvine, California with an additional full service branch location in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Bank is dedicated to meeting the financial needs of the small business customer with innovative diverse products and personalized service. For additional information, visit the Plaza Bank website at www.plazabank.net.
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