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James Kim (left) and Teresa Gilio have been named executive vice presidents for Central Valley Community Bank. Kim will be chief operating officer and Gilio will be chief administrative officer. Image via CVCY.

published on February 25, 2019 - 12:40 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Central Valley Community Bancorp (CVCY) announced they have filled two executive positions.

James Kim has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer. Teresa Gilio was named executive vice president and chief administrative officer.

“Central Valley Community Bank’s success is a testament to our entire leadership team who steadfastly adhere to our core values and mission to guide businesses and our communities to succeed and thrive,” said James M. Ford, president and CEO of CVCY. “James and Teresa proudly live our values everyday as they lead their respective teams with innovative vision to ensure continued success of our nearly forty-year-old bank.”

Kim joined CVCY as executive vice president and chief administrative officer in 2018. He spent more than 15 years in financial and bank leadership in positions including controller, chief operating officer, chief financial officer and chief executive officer in the Greater Sacramento region.

In his new position, Kim will oversee the commercial and community banking divisions, focusing on expanding both deposit and lending production as well as developing the next generation branch model for CVCY.

Gilio succeeds Kim as the new cxecutive vice president and chief administrative officer and will manage central operations, core management, loan processing and facilities teams, which also include call center, application security, and fraud units.

With over 37 years of financial operations and management expertise, Gilio joined the Central Valley Community Bank in 2009. As senior vice president, Gilio developed innovative fraud detection processes and mentored a growling call center to efficiently manage client needs.

Before joining CVCY, Gilio was in leadership positions for three major financial institutions as branch manager, senior lender, and senior vice president and sales manager for a California statewide branch network overseeing small business lending.


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