THE BANK AT BROADMOOR HAS A NEW CHIEF
Mark White will be the new President and Chief Executive Officer of The Bank at Broadmoor, as of December 3, 2012, announced Tom C. Nichols, of The Bank at Broadmoor, and Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer of Carlile Bancshares, Inc. Mark has twenty years of sales and leadership experience in the banking industry, most recently with BBVA Compass Bank, here in Colorado Springs.
Ed Sauer, the current President and Chief Executive, will be retiring on December 1, 2012, after 24 years with The Bank at Broadmoor and over forty years in the banking industry.
"We are excited to continue the direction of D. Edward Sauer, a great leader and community pillar, who is retiring after 24 years of service to this great bank," said Tom Nichols. Ed will remain active on the Board of Directors for The Bank at Broadmoor and looks forward to spending much more time enjoying his many personal hobbies.
Mark, a graduate of Coronado High School, here in the Springs, holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Cal Poly, a California State University in San Luis Obispo, California and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Mark is active in the Colorado Springs community serving on several boards and as a community volunteer. Mark enjoys the great Colorado outdoors with his wife, Lori, and their two children.
The Bank at Broadmoor, www.bankatbroadmoor.com, is the largest community bank in Colorado Springs founded in 1980 with overall deposits in excess of $160,000,000 and four locations in the Broadmoor, Downtown, Briargate and Westside communities. The Bank at Broadmoor is a subsidiary of Carlile Bancshares, Inc. www.carlilebancshares.com.
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