Sandy Springs, Georgia, June 24, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Charles Hoag, Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President at Signature Bank of Georgia, has earned a diploma from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking.
Stonier has provided executive education to more than 20,000 senior-level bankers and regulators, including some of the most respected banking executives in the U.S. The program emphasizes strategic planning, financial management, and leadership and provides a wide range of elective courses to enable banking leaders like Hoag to strengthen his skills in a highly-personalized fashion.
“We are the bank that “Makes it Personal,” said Signature Bank of Georgia CEO and President Freddie Deutsch, “and we are delighted to see Charles earn this prestigious achievement. It’s just one more example of how important professional knowledge, personal growth and exemplary customer service are continuously upgraded at Signature Bank of Georgia. We are always looking to further build upon the considerable skills of our banking professionals.”
A partnership between Wharton and the American Banking Association has made this three-year program the ideal one to arm graduates with the necessary leadership skills and training to effectively recognize and handle high-level management issues.
“Our industry continues to face huge challenges,” said Hoag, “from new regulations stemming out of the economic crisis to consumers who demand the latest technologies and the ultimate in service. The Graduate School Banking Degree will definitely help me make our clients more successful. That’s what it’s all about.”
About Signature Bank of Georgia
Signature Bank of Georgia is celebrating its tenth anniversary in Sandy Springs. The bank is located at 6065 Roswell Road, between Hammond and Hilderbrand drives. For more information, visit the bank’s website at www.SignatureBankGA.com
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