San Diego Trust Bank Promotes Nasrin Rostami To Senior Vice President
SAN DIEGO - San Diego Trust Bank (OTC BB: SDBK) announced today that it has promoted Nasrin Rostami to Senior Vice President. An experienced professional with more than 15 years of experience in the San Diego banking community, Ms. Rostami was involved with the formation of the Bank a little more than three years ago and has played a major role in the Bank's success to date.
Ms. Rostami is responsible for a number of critical areas including operations, risk management, compliance and the company's technology platform. She has helped lead the charge to establish a foundation that has allowed the bank to achieve unrivaled success in the banking community. "Nasrin has worked diligently to lead a team of dedicated staff members who provide our banking clients with superior service, state of the art technology and a rewarding banking experience", commented Michael Perry, Chairman and CEO. "Her dedication and commitment to excellence resonate throughout the entire company and her promotion is very well-deserved," he added.
Founded by several of San Diego's most respected banking veterans and business leaders, San Diego Trust Bank is dedicated to the timeless principles of superior local market knowledge, unparalleled service, and building exceptional shareholder value. With over three hundred years of experience in banking San Diegans, timely local decision making, and one of the most comprehensive product lines found in the market today, San Diego Trust Bank delivers "Performance You Can Trust."
San Diego Trust Bank common stock is traded on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) under the symbol "SDBK". For information regarding the company's stock please contact Mr. Richard Levenson, Senior Vice President of Western Financial Corporation at (619) 544-0260.
For more information on the Bank please visit www.sandiegotrust.com or call (619) 525-1700.
CONTACT: Michael Perry
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