Whatcom County banker Bob MacIsaac has been appointed senior vice president for community banking at The Bank of Washington.
“We were incredibly fortunate to attract someone of Bob’s caliber,” said Bruce Clawson, The Bank of Washington’s president and CEO, in a Feb. 9 press release. “His wealth of banking experience and leadership skills will help us grow and strengthen our franchise.”
MacIsaac leaves his position as a senior vice president and regional manager for Union Bank, formerly known as Frontier Bank, which operates two branches in Bellingham and one in Lynden. He has more than 25 years of experience in community and commercial banking.
In his new position, MacIsaac will oversee The Bank of Washington’s branch network and commercial banking teams in Snohomish and King counties. The bank is headquartered in Lynnwood.