Fremont Bank Announces Robert E. McMahon As New Chief Information Officer

Robert E. McMahon will oversee the bank's internal and external IT operations and infrastructure.
 
July 25, 2011 - PRLog -- FREMONT, Calif. July 25, 2011– Fremont Bank, a leading full-service community bank in Northern California, announced today the appointment of Robert E. McMahon as the bank’s new chief information officer. In this position McMahon will oversee internal and external IT operations and infrastructure.

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Robert to the Fremont Bank team,” said Fremont Bank’s Chief Operating and Enterprise Risk Officer Chris Olson. “Robert joins us with over 20 years in IT operations, information security, data protection, software development, and Software as a Service.  His extensive experience will be a true asset to our information infrastructure and ongoing IT operations.”

Robert most recently served as senior director of global IT operations at Nuance Communications, a six billion dollar Financial Software as a Service communications company serving Wells Fargo, CITI, Bank of America and other large corporations.
About Fremont Bank

Fremont Bank (www.fremontbank.com) is the leading full-service community bank in Northern California. Founded in 1964, Fremont Bank is one of the oldest independent family owned and managed banks in the region and focuses on personalized service for individuals and businesses. It serves communities through 19 branches and seven additional ATMs throughout the Greater Bay Area. Exceptional client service is the cornerstone of Fremont Bank’s business. Accommodation of customer needs in a friendly, personal atmosphere characterizes the Bank’s culture.
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