MESA, Ariz.—February 16, 2016—Top Ten SBA Lender Horizon Community Bank has promoted Senior Commercial Banking Manager Scott Dickman to Market President of Greater Maricopa County. Added to the team just this past September, the unusually rapid promotion underscores Dickman’s impressive results thus far and bank confidence in his leadership abilities.
“Scott Dickman has done an amazing job, bringing in more than double the new business expected and proving his strong leadership skills,” spoke President/CEO Gerald Ernst. “We’re proud to promote him to this critical role at the bank, and excited about the skills and ideas he’ll bring.”
In his new role, Dickman will oversee all aspects of bank operations in Maricopa County, including leadership of 14 employees, guidance of the bank’s deposits, lending programs and other programs responsible for the bank’s profitability and day-to-day operations.
Dickman plans to continue growing the bank’s footprint in the Valley by attracting new clients and building on its tradition of flexible, custom small business loans.
Horizon Community Bank is a locally owned and operated FDIC insured bank with branches in Fort Mohave, Lake Havasu City, Mesa, Parker and Quartzsite. Recently ranked as an Arizona Top 10 Lender by the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA), Horizon Community Bank has almost 70 employees and provides high-touch, customized financial services to those in the healthcare, transportation, real estate, and technology industries, as well as general commercial and consumer services. Horizon Community Bank is a subsidiary of holding company Horizon Bancorp, Inc.
Horizon Community Bank supports its local community. January’s non-profit partner of the month is Hospice of Havasu. Learn more at HorizonCommunityBank.com.
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