Columbia Bank hires Bouchra Agour as vice president, retail branch manager in Bellevue

Agour brings over 11 years of banking experience

  • Thursday, November 16, 2017 10:13am
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Bouchra Agour. Contributed photo

Bouchra Agour. Contributed photo

Columbia Bank recently hired Bouchra Agour as vice president, retail branch manager at its Bellevue South branch in Bellevue. In her new role, Agour is responsible for business development, supporting client relationships and developing a growing team of financial experts. With over 11 years of banking experience, Agour’s expertise resides in small business and consumer lending.

Prior to joining Columbia Bank, Agour worked as retail branch manager at Umpqua Bank. She received her law degree from Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco and is actively involved with Washington Women In Need and Kids Quest.

Columbia Bank has been serving the Northwest since 1993. For branch locations and more information, visit

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