Americas United Bank (OTCBB: AUNB) announces the appointment of Adriana M. Boeka as President & Chief Executive Officer. Manuel J. Remon, Chairman of the Board of Directors, made the announcement on April 4, 2011. He stated that Ms. Boeka brings an impressive resume in the banking industry with a distinguished and respected record in all of her past assignments.
Americas United Bank is a commercial bank that opened in November 2006 as the first primarily Hispanic-owned bank to open in California in over 30 years. The founders comprise a group of respected and successful business leaders from the greater Los Angeles area. It prides itself on the diversity of its directors and its multicultural staff of bilingual employees. Its focus is on becoming the leading Hispanic bank in the State of California.
The bank provides a full range of business and personal lending to small- to medium-sized businesses, professionals and entrepreneurs. It encompasses business and real estate loans, SBA loans, lines of credit, corporate debit & credit cards, international trade solutions, and more.
In over 25 yeas in the banking industry, Ms. Boeka has held many executive positions including Chairman of the Board, President, and Chief Executive Officer of several Southern California and out-of-state banks.
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