ICBA News Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Rob Marlatt, Bill Gallagher Join ICBA
Marlatt will service the Great Lakes Region, Gallagher will spearhead the Western Region
Washington, D.C. (Jan. 23, 2013)—The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) announced today that Rob Marlatt and Bill Gallagher have joined the association. Marlatt is taking on the role as vice president, Great Lakes regional office and will serve as the primary contact for community banks in Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Wisconsin. Gallagher will be vice president of the West Coast office in Santa Monica, Calif., which serves community banks in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada and Oregon.
“Rob and Bill are dedicated professionals who have a great deal of experience that will no doubt benefit ICBA, its members and the community banking industry,” ICBA President and CEO Camden R. Fine said. “They both bring decades of experience with mortgage lending, technology and other financial services to the table along with their dedication to community bankers. We are thrilled to have Bill and Rob as part of the ICBA team.”
Prior to joining ICBA, Marlatt, who has been working with community banks for 33 years, previously served as the regional vice president at Allied Solutions LLC in Carmel, Ind., and as regional vice president of the financial products division at Southwest Business Corp. in San Antonio. He graduated with a degree in theology and international studies and has attended the American Bankers Management Institute.
Gallagher previously provided technology solutions specifically to the California community banking marketplace at Unisys’ Financial Systems and Technology Group; at Business Objects, where he focused on the banking and financial services marketplace; and most recently at Symco Group, where he focused on banking and financial services. He graduated with a degree from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Kansas.
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