Town & Country Bank names Holtzclaw CFO

Professional brings 30 years of experience to the bank

LAS VEGAS – Town & Country Bank has named Dick Holtzclaw chief financial officer.

Holtzclaw comes to Town & Country Bank from First Scottsdale Bank, a Scottsdale, Arizona de novo bank with assets of $70 million as of February 2012. He served as the bank’s CFO.

“Dick has an extensive and well-rounded background in the industry that will be of great benefit to our clients and bank alike,” said Ali Rizvi, Town & Country Bank’s chief business banking officer. “We’re very pleased to have him as a member of our team.”

Holtzclaw has also served as chief financial officer of WestStar Credit Union, Fifth Street Bank, First Asian Bank and Valley Bancorp/Valley Bank. He was the founding chief financial officer of First Asian Bank and Valley Bank and assisted in establishing all financial systems, policies and procedures prior to First Asian Bank’s opening in June 2007 as well as Valley Bank’s opening in October 1998.

In September 2004, he assisted with the initial public offering of Valley Bancorp. Valley Bancorp/Valley Bank was later sold to Community Bancorp. Valley Bank grew from $7.5 million at October 1998 to $440 million at June 2006.

“Dick is a seasoned CFO with local market knowledge,” said James Brewer, Town & Country Bank’s chief executive officer. “He will be a great addition to our management team at Town & Country Bank.”

Holtzclaw, who began his banking career in 1982, earned his MBA from the University of Georgia and his and BBA from Mercer University. He is a certified public accountant, a certified financial planner and a certified credit union executive.

Town & Country Bank has served the Las Vegas Valley’s personal and business banking needs since 2002. With four locations around the valley, Town & Country Bank has complete financial packages and expert customer service to help clients meet their financial objectives.

For more information, call Town & Country Bank at 702-252-8777 or visit www.tcbanknv.com.

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