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Cody Hansen Promoted to EVP, Chief Credit Officer

OMB's newest addition to its executive team has nearly two decades of banking and finance experience.

November 03, 2023 | Ryan Bowling

Cody Hansen in suit and tie on dusty blue drop background

OMB is pleased to announce that Cody Hansen was recently promoted to executive vice president and chief credit officer.

Hansen has nearly two decades of banking and finance experience. He began his career in 2006 with the Missouri Division of Finance, where he was a bank examiner for more than 12 years. He joined OMB in 2019 as a senior vice president and credit review manager and was promoted in 2021 to senior vice president and chief credit officer. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Missouri State University.

Through his leadership and strategic insights, Hansen has played a pivotal role in fortifying OMB’s credit management framework and bolstering risk assessment procedures. His contributions have been instrumental in upholding OMB’s reputation as a leading community bank committed to delivering exceptional services to customers and stakeholders.

“Cody's commitment to excellence and his deep understanding of the intricacies of our industry have been invaluable assets to our organization,” said Mark Harrington, president and CEO. “His unwavering dedication and strategic vision have significantly contributed to the enhancement of our credit operations, positioning OMB for continued growth and success.”

Hansen’s promotion marks a milestone in his career as he becomes the seventh member of OMB’s executive leadership team. He joins Harrington, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Palmer, Chief Lending Officer John Maupin, Chief Operating Officer Steve Bishop, Chief Marketing Officer Shanda Trautman and Community Bank President Joey Orr as bank executives.



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