The end of this year marks Bank of Marin’s first full year in the Greater Sacramento region. Its leaders credit the bank’s success to the continued support of its clients, dedication of its hard-working teams, and the bank’s commitment to the local community.
“Our foundation in the Sacramento market was strong to begin with,” says Bank of Marin President and CEO Tim Myers of the 2021 acquisition of American River Bank. “By adding an expanded array of products and increased lending capabilities, we are able to offer our clients a personalized banking experience that begins and ends with their best interest in mind.”
Even as it grows — now at $4.3 billion in assets — the bank is confident it can deliver value-added expertise and service to businesses across Northern California. “Above all else, Bank of Marin will always stay true to relationship-based banking,” Myers says. “We look at each borrower, company or real estate investor based on their specific needs and evaluate each deal on its own merits.”
The bank’s commitment to helping its customers reach their financial goals is matched by its unwavering dedication to philanthropy. Each year, the bank donates at least 1 percent of pre-tax profit to positively impact the communities it serves. In 2022, Bank of Marin contributed more than $175,000 to organizations serving the Greater Sacramento region. This is in addition to the financial contributions made by its employees.
“Above all else, Bank of Marin will always stay true to relationship-based banking. We look at each borrower, company or real estate investor on an individual basis and evaluate each deal on its own merits.” — Tim Myers, President and CEO
“The bank’s contributions, and that of our employees, goes beyond dollars and cents,” Myers says. “We provide all of our employees 16 paid volunteer hours annually so they can help the bank’s mission to ‘do well by doing good’ come to life.”
Looking to 2023, Myers says Bank of Marin is focused on continuing its commitment to its customers, local businesses and the community as a whole by deepening its existing relationships and welcoming new ones.