Daily News: January 24, 2014

Queyrouze Joins TAB Bank as Chief Credit Officer

TAB Bank announced the addition of Curt Queyrouze to its executive management team as chief credit officer. Queyrouze will be based out of TAB Bank’s corporate headquarters in Ogden, UT and will oversee all personnel, operations, and functions as it relates to TAB’s credit, underwriting and legal processes.

TAB Bank provides custom working capital solutions to commercial businesses from many industries. These solutions are provided in all stages of business life cycles during any economic conditions. TAB Bank does this through asset-based loans, A/R financing, lines of credit, equipment finance, business accounts and treasury management services.

Queyrouze comes to TAB with more than 30 years of commercial finance and commercial banking experience. Prior to joining TAB Bank, his career included various credit, sales, and portfolio management positions in ABL, factoring, corporate banking, oil and gas finance, real estate lending, financial institutions, and healthcare finance and middle-market lending. Most recently, he served as SVP, director of Loss Mitigation for Whitney Bank managing the resolution of a multi-billion dollar problem loan portfolio. Prior to that, he served as COO of The Receivables Exchange, playing a critical role in the launch of this internet-based, factoring auction platform and as Division Credit executive for PNC Business Credit with responsibility for credit approvals, policy adherence, and maintenance of credit quality standards for the Western Division offices in Dallas, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

“I am very excited to join TAB Bank and serve alongside many seasoned and talented commercial finance and commercial banking professionals,” stated Queyrouze. “TAB Bank has made significant strides in recent years to expand their footprint in terms of additional credit offerings and business opportunities. I look forward to being part of such a great organization.”

“We are very pleased with the addition of Curt to our executive management team as our new chief credit officer. He has a deep understanding of sound credit principles and his experience within the commercial finance industry runs the gamut. I am personally looking forward to working with him as we continually improve the quality of our credit and underwriting processes and the excellence of our operational functions,” commented Steve Sala, president of TAB Bank.