LAKEWOOD, Colo., June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Solera National Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Solera National Bancorp, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SLRK), announced today it has named Lynn Archuleta, Vice President of Business Banking, as its Community Reinvestment Act Officer responsible for ensuring the bank meets the objectives as set forth in the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA).
Ms. Archuleta has over sixteen years of banking experience in the Denver market and will continue to serve in the capacity of Business Banking Officer while taking on the additional responsibilities of the CRA Officer. Ms. Archuleta was selected due to her extensive experience in supporting and serving the needs of small businesses and community causes in Denver. She currently serves on the boards of directors of the Urban League of Denver, Mi Casa Resource Center for Women, and sits on the council for Hispanic outreach for the Denver Area Council of Boy Scouts of America. She is also an active member of the Denver Hispanic Chamber, the Latina Chamber, the Colorado Women's Chamber, and Junior Achievement.
Doug Crichfield, the President & CEO of Solera National Bank commented, "Solera National Bank is dedicated to proactively identifying and meeting the banking needs of businesses and individuals in our community. It is not only our obligation but our desire to support the community in which we conduct business. Lynn will work hard to further our objectives in this area."
Ms. Archuleta added, "I was very excited to have recently joined the team at Solera National Bank and now I'm particularly pleased to have been asked to assume additional duties as the bank's CRA Officer. I have always had a passion for serving my community and I'm thrilled to be working for a bank that shares my commitment to serving the needs of the entire community with a special passion for meeting the needs of the Hispanic community."
About Solera National Bank
Solera National Bank is a traditional, community commercial bank with a core-competency in understanding and servicing the culturally diverse and dynamic Hispanic market.
For more information, please contact:
Mr. Doug Crichfield, President & CEO
Solera National Bank
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