Bank of Rio Vista, one of the state’s oldest banks, has announced multiple changes in its executive team.
David Greiner has been named chairman of the board, succeeding Darrell Ferreira, who will continue as a director. Greiner will remain CEO.
Troy Sanderson will succeed Greiner as bank president and become chief operating officer, while continuing as the bank’s chief credit officer.
In their new roles, the bank said Greiner will focus on strategic planning, and Sanderson will oversee day-to-day operations.
The Bank of Rio Vista was established in 1904 and currently has about $198 million in assets. The bank says it has the fifth-oldest banking charter in California. It primarily serves the greater California Delta area as an agricultural and business bank.
For more information, see bankofriovista.com.