Marlin Business Bank Hires Coburn as VP, CLO

by Marie Browning

Marlin Business Services Corp. announced that George F. Coburn has joined Marlin Business Bank as Vice President and Chief Lending Officer. In his new role, Coburn will be responsible in portfolio management of the commercial loans and leases underwritten by the Bank, and further expansion of the Bank’s credit underwriting services and capabilities. He will be based at the Bank’s headquarters in Utah and will be reporting directly to Raymond J. Dardano, President of Marlin Business Bank.

Coburn has an extensive and solid background in banking in which he has held several Marlin Business Services logosenior level positions. Included in his stellar career are the positions of group vice president and operations officer of unsecured lending, executive vice president and chief credit officer, and president and chief executive officer. Prior to joining Marlin, he served as Executive Director, Chief Administrative Officer, and Chief Technology Officer at UBS Bank USA. He began his career with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco as a Commercial Bank Examiner.

Raymond Dardano said the Bank is delighted to have Coburn on board. He commented that, “The depth of his industry experience and lending expertise will be a great asset in supporting our efforts to grow our customer base and offer enhanced credit services.”

About Marlin Business Services Corp.
Founded in 1997, Marlin Business Services Corp. is a nationwide provider of innovative equipment financing solutions for small- and medium-sized businesses. Since its inception, Marlin has provided a wide range of commercial equipment and software for over a quarter of a million business customers. Marlin owns and operates a federally regulated bank, Marlin Business Bank. Additional information can be found at Marlin’s website

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