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Peter Moenickheim Joins Gateway First Bank as Chief Risk Officer

Phil Hall
Oct 14, 2019
Gateway First Bank has promoted Jake Carlisle to the role of regional vice president of the Pacific Northwest

Gateway First Bank, headquartered in Jenks, Okla., has hired Peter Moenickheim to serve as chief risk officer.
Peter Moenickheim
 
In his new job, Moenickheim will provide executive oversight to the company’s credit and risk management teams. He was previously Chief Risk Officer for Ocwen Financial and Chief Operational Risk Officer for Santander Consumer USA.
 
“I look forward to overseeing the bank’s risk management initiatives as Gateway continues a long tradition of success,” said Moenickheim. “The company is experiencing strong growth and momentum, and I’m excited to be a part of the very bright future of Gateway.”

 
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