Summit Bank Promotes George Yang to Vice President

OAKLAND, Calif.--()--Summit Bank (OTCBB: SMAL) is pleased to announce that Mr. George Yang has been promoted to Vice President / Relationship Manager of Summit Bank.

Mr. Yang joined the lending department at Summit Bank in March 2011 and was subsequently promoted to AVP in 2012. Earlier in his career, George worked as a Financial Analyst and was promoted to the Director of Finance & Operations at a private real estate company located in Hawaii.

Chief Credit Officer Denise Dodini says, “George is a very skilled and talented lender who is able to serve the needs of all types of clients and is able to process a wide range of Commercial Business Loans, Commercial Real Estate Loans and Construction Loans. We are happy to have him as a member of our Summit Bank team.”

About Summit Bank:

Celebrating 36 years supporting Bay Area businesses, Summit Bank has total assets of $264 million and total equity of $28 million as of December 31, 2017. Headquartered in Oakland, the community bank specializes in providing high touch customer service and customized commercial financial solutions to support the success of local businesses and non-profits throughout the Bay Area.

Through the inclusion and engagement of its team, Summit Bank has earned many prestigious awards including: Top 200 Community Banks in the US; Super Performing Bank in California and Top 100 Corporate Philanthropist in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition, its Chairman, Shirley Nelson, was named ICBA’s National Community Banker of the Year in 2014. Summit Bank, a subsidiary of Summit Bancshares Inc., is traded over the counter under the symbol SMAL. Further information can be found at


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Summit Bank Promotes George Yang to Vice President

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