Rabobank N.A., the Roseville-based agricultural lender with $14 billion in assets, has named UC Davis graduate Julie Castle as president and chief banking officer.
The Roseville firm’s parent is Rabobank, the giant Dutch multinational banking and financial services company.
Before coming to Roseville, Castle was CEO of Zions Wealth Management, a subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation, the Salt Lake City-based bank holding company.
At Rabobank N.A., Castle will oversee retail banking, business banking, food and agribusiness lending, mortgage lending, commercial real estate lending and wealth management.
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She also serves on the bank’s board of directors and executive management group.
Castle, who has held management positions at multiple banks and financial institutions, is a three-time recipient of the American Bankers Association’s “Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking Team Award,” and also received the Independent Community Bankers Association’s “Best in the Business Award.”
Castle earned a bachelor’s degree from UC Davis in 1982 and is a graduate and former board member of the Pacific Coast Banking School. She’s also a certified financial planner.