Mission National Bank in San Francisco has a new CEO.
MNB Holdings, the parent company of the $214 million-asset Missional National, said in a press release Tuesday that Ray Skinner had also joined the bank’s board.
Skinner succeeded Robert Sweeney.
“We are creating a leadership team with a proven record of success in a bank that is unlike any other community bank in the Bay Area,” JoAnne Loughlin, MNB’s chairman, said in the release.
“We are strategically organized for social impact and a successful future,” Loughlin added. “We are excited to have … Skinner be part of the development of this organization.”
Skinner has served as CEO and in other senior executive posts at banks in Missouri, Virginia, Georgia, Hawaii and Tennessee. He most recently served as CEO of Town & Country Bank in the St. Louis area, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Mission National, formed in 1982, is a Minority Depository Institution (MDI) and a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).