East West Bank has announced two new vice presidents in their Washington offices.
Myungae Heyduck has joined the bank as first vice president, global trade consultant, to “strengthen and broaden its international commercial banking capabilities and treasury management solutions for the Pacific Northwest region’s trade-intensive business community.”
Myungae has had more than 25 years of experience in trade finance with banks such as Rainier Bank, Bank of America and U.S. Bank. Myungae is a longtime resident of Bellevue and fluent in Korean.
Roza Getachew has joined the bank as vice president, trade services, to set up a letter of credit center in the Pacific Northwest region. Roza has had more than 25 years of international banking experience covering all phases of international operations and trade finance.
She has worked with banks such as Rainier, ANZ, Security Pacific Bank, West One Bank and U.S. Bank. Roza is a longtime resident of Seattle and a graduate of Central Washington University. She is fluent in Amharic.
East West Bank is a Los Angeles-based company originally founded to serve the Chinese American community in California. It now has more than 130 branch locations in the United States and China.