Sutter Community Bank’s new website address
We are excited to announce our new website address, www.mysutterbank.com.
This change gives us additional security and direct control of our website and mobile products.
Our prior website will expire soon, so please make note of this new address, and update your bookmarks and favorites.
Now is the perfect time to start using (or more frequently using) our online products. From online banking and bill pay, to mobile banking, we have it all! A description of each product is listed on the reverse, and we are always here to help with any technical questions. Stop by the Bank or call our Branch Manager, Mary Anderson at 530-674-6203.
See you at mysutterbank.com!
Mike Wilson, President & CEO
Mark Your Calendars for this FREE Event!
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Hear important tips from Bank Staff & Local Law Enforcement:
- Learn how to detect & avoid mail & phone fraud
- Learn the most common email scams
- Learn about identity theft and how to protect yourself
- Who to contact if you or a loved one is a victim of these crimes
*Special keynote speaker, Sutter County Sheriff Paul Parker*
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Sutter Community Bank Names Wilson as President and CEO
January 9, 2014
Sutter Community Bank has announced the promotion of Mike Wilson from Chief Credit Officer to President and Chief Executive Officer.
"Mike has a strong community banking background and extensive experience in the agricultural industry," said Dan Jacuzzi, Chairman of the Board of Sutter Community Bank. "We are confident in his ability to lead the bank in the coming years."
Mike brings a vast level of proven leadership, with over 40 years' experience in banking and finance, including 29 years as President and CEO of several California banks.
Prior to joining Sutter Community Bank, Mike was the President, CEO and Director of Suncrest Bank in Visalia, California, a de novo bank Mike helped form. Prior to Suncrest Bank, Mike helped form Golden State Business Bank in Upland, California.
“Sutter Community Bank has a rich culture of exceptional customer service and strong commitment to their shareholders and the Yuba-Sutter community,” said Wilson. "Our goal will be to continue this commitment while expanding our agricultural lending department and business services. I am excited and honored to be chosen to lead this organization."
Mike is a graduate of The University of California at Santa Barbara and Pacific Coast Banking School.
A former Rotarian and multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Mike is excited to become active in the Yuba-Sutter service community.
Sutter Community Bank is rated “OUTSTANDING” by the FDIC for compliance with the Federal Community Reinvestment Act, a federal regulation that encourages regulated financial institutions to help meet the credit needs of the local communities in which they are chartered.
Sutter Community Bank’s stock is traded under the symbol SUTB. The bank is located in beautiful downtown Yuba City, at the Southwest corner of Plumas Street and Forbes Avenue. If you are a Shareholder or prospective client, contact Mike at 645-5532, or visit us at www.suttercommunitybank.com.
Check out our Fall 2013 issue of the Sutter Community Bank newsletter, "Connected."
Click the image at left to view the entire newsletter…
Sutter Community Bank Names Wilson
as Chief Credit Officer
July 18, 2013
Sutter Community Bank has announced the appointment of Mike Wilson as Chief Credit Officer. His responsibilities include managing the credit and loan operations, assuring strong asset quality, and developing a credit policy so as to position the bank for growth.
Mike has 40 years' experience in banking and finance, including 29 years as President and CEO of several California banks. Mike is a graduate of The University of California at Santa Barbara and Pacific Coast Banking School.
Prior to joining Sutter Community Bank, Mike was the President, CEO and Director of Suncrest Bank in Visalia, California. Suncrest Bank was the second start-up bank Mike helped open.
"Coming from a new community bank, in an ag town like Visalia, I'm well prepared to lead the lending efforts in our ag-focused Yuba-Sutter community," said Wilson. "Sutter Community Bank is truly a community bank. It is defined by its relationships with its customers and community. I look forward to being a part of the evolution and growth of those relationships."
Prior to Suncrest Bank, Mike helped open Golden State Business Bank in Upland, California.
"The addition of Mike Wilson as Chief Credit Officer is another important step towards keeping us a best-in-class community bank," said Kevin Ardolf, President and CEO of Sutter Community Bank. "Mike brings a distinguished record of accomplishment built on 40 years of bank leadership experience."
Check out our Spring 2013 issue of the Sutter Community Bank newsletter, "Connected."
Click the image at left to view the entire newsletter…
Jacuzzi Named Chairman of Yuba City's Sutter Community Bank
Sutter Community Bank Board of Directors announced today the appointment of Daniel Jacuzzi as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Jacuzzi is an original founder and organizer of Sutter Community Bank and has been a member of the Board of Directors since inception.
Jacuzzi operates real estate, mortgage and title company businesses throughout Northern California, Lake Tahoe and Northern Nevada. Employing hundreds of people, Jacuzzi's businesses include Century 21 Select, ERA Cornerstone Realty Group, Select Property Management, Stanford Mortgage, Coldwell Banker Select of Nevada, and Inter-County Title Company of El Dorado County.
Jacuzzi succeeds Robert C. Ryan, who had been the bank's Chairman since opening in 2006.
Commenting on today's announcement, Ryan, the Bank's former Chairman, stated, "I enjoyed serving as the Chairman of the Board of Sutter Community Bank for the last 7 years and I congratulate Dan on his recent appointment. I look forward to working under his leadership."
Jacuzzi commented, "Rob was instrumental in navigating the development and growth of the Bank. His guidance as Chairman, and contributions on many Board Committees, has been invaluable through the years. I look forward to working with the Board and Management team as we work together to grow and build shareholder value, as well as commit to the Bank's Mission Statement to provide financial services to the Yuba-Sutter community."
Ryan will continue to serve on the Board of Directors.
President and CEO, Kevin Ardolf , stated "The Board and Executive Management thank Rob for his leadership. His insight, vision and dedication have helped guide the Bank through a very challenging economic period. Rob has given tremendous support to the Bank over many years and contributed towards many of the Bank successes. His skills, experience and insight of the Yuba-Sutter area have added to the strength of the Bank."
Ardolf concluded with, "The Bank looks forward to having Dan serve as Chairman, and wishes him the very best in his new capacity to lead the Bank in the upcoming term."
Sutter Community Bank Named Finalist for Innovative Community Bank of the Year Award
Western Independent Bankers (WIB) and BDO announced that nine community banks have been selected as finalists for the 2nd Annual Innovative Community Banks of the Year Awards, including Sutter Community Bank of Yuba City, California. The finalists represent the forward-thinking and creative achievements of community banks in three different asset size categories for innovations achieved in 2012.
"These Innovative Community Banks of the Year Awards represent ways in which community banks are paving the way to innovation in community banking," said Nancy Sheppard, president & CEO of WIB. "The nominated banks and finalists are prime examples of the way in which innovation and service can successfully meet."
A panel of fourteen industry experts selected the finalists from a pool of nominations in the three asset-size categories. The chair of the Awards Advisory Committee is Mike Soza, Partner at BDO, a professional services firm that includes many community banks as clients "BDO is very proud to be a co-sponsor of these awards once more," said Soza. "We recognize the innovative ways these banks are reaching their customers and their communities, and we salute them."
The 2012 Innovative Community Banks Awards finalists are:
- Under $250m in Assets -- Fortune Bank, WA - Cloud Solution for Infrastructure; Sutter Community Bank, CA - Senior Financial Security Seminar; Thurston First Bank, WA - Innovative Financing for Local Non-Profit
- $250m-$1B in Assets -- Bank of American Fork, UT - Incentive Program for Associates in Relationship Banking; Simplicity Bank, CA - Biometric Fingerprint Reader System; Sunwest Bank, CA - Customer Risk & Review Assessment
- Over $1B in Assets -- Bank of the Sierra, CA - Compliance Platform; HomeStreet Bank, WA - IPO Recapitalization of a Troubled Institution; Washington Trust Bank, WA - Cloud Solution for Disaster Recovery
Profiles of each finalist bank, as well as a list of the judges, are on the WIB website. The winner in each category will be announced on March 24 at 2:00 pm at WIB's Annual Bank Conference for Bank Presidents, Senior Officers & Directors in Kauai, Hawaii, March 23-27, 2013.