The Bank of Guam board of directors and management are proud to
announce the following appointments effective January 2, 2022:
Symon A. Madrazo has been promoted from Vice President/Controller to Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer. Symon joined the Bank in 2001 following his graduation from the University of Guam with a Business Administration in Accounting degree. A John F. Kennedy High School alumnus, Symon also attended a number of finance and accounting programs at the University of Wisconsin and University of South Carolina, and recently graduated from the prestigious Pacific Coast Banking School “PCBS” at the University of Washington in Seattle. He has earned a number of Bank recognitions, including Supervisor of the Year twice, and being awarded by the Employers Support of the Guard and Reserves as Patriotic Employer Award. He has volunteered for numerous financial literacy community
outreaches, as well as at the University of Guam Money and Banking Class.
Matthew E. Limtiaco was promoted from Vice President/Information Security Officer to Senior Vice President/Chief Technology Officer. Matt joined the organization in 2015 leading both HR Information Systems and Information Security. Prior to that, he spent 25 years in information technology and cybersecurity, both locally and in the U.S. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Science in Cybersecurity Management from Purdue University Global. An alumnus of Father Duenas Memorial School, Matt is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional. He serves on the Notre Dame High School Strategic Planning Committee as well as the St. Francis Church Finance Council.
Joaquin P.L.G. Cook, Bank of Guam President and Chief Executive Officer stated, “I am very proud to announce the appointments of Symon and Matt, as each brings a depth of management and expert knowledge to build on the success of our organization. We are confident of a seamless leadership transition for our organization under the capable hands of these two executives.”