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| January 1, 2022 1:00 AM

Morton named new commercial loan officer at bankcda

bankcda welcomed Ross Morton in his new position as commercial loan officer on Dec. 17, 2021.

“I am excited to bring my experience to North Idaho’s only local bank,” Morton said. “Because bankcda is locally owned and operated, I can work quickly to get decisions made in-house without a middle-man or red tape.”

Morton has 12 years banking experience, working in commercial and SBA lending and retail banking. He grew up in North Idaho and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of Idaho.

Morton brings more than 12 years of banking experience.

As the newest commercial loan officer at bankcda, his role will be to continue to develop and strengthen relationships with new and existing customers in order to provide comprehensive financial solutions from all areas of commercial loans. His position will include a strong focus on engaging in local business relationships while working hard to make business loans catered to needs, quick and easy. bankcda is proud to be the last of it’s kind, as a local bank, making quick local decisions and keeping banking money local.

In his free time, Morton enjoys time spent with his family through sports and the beautiful Idaho outdoors. He also loves every opportunity to elk hunt and water ski.

bankcda has four locations: Coeur d’Alene, Hayden, Post Falls and Kellogg. bankcda employs 31 people and has a Board of Directors made up of seven local leaders.

“We are the only bank in our community that can be called local — we are big enough to offer all of the current technology and small enough to make quick, local decisions to keep money local,” said bankcda’s CEO, Wes Veach. “We are proud to have had Ross join the team to be a part of our great local success story.”

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