Guam – The Bank of Guam Board of Directors, Management and Staff are pleased to announce that Renee Cahinhinan Wade and Richard Camacho, graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School (PCBS) on August 30, 2013. Wade graduated with honors.
This year’s graduating class consisted of 206 executives representing 21 states, U.S. territories and other countries. For over 70 years, Pacific Coast Banking School has partnered with the University of Washington Graduate School of Business to provide this 3-year graduate-level program to over 10,000 members of the financial services community.
Renee Cahinhinan Wade, Vice President/Corporate Banking Group joined Bank of Guam in 1997 as a management trainee. Starting as a credit officer with the Bank’s Corporate Banking Department for 5 years, Wade then managed the Bank’s Santa Cruz, Harmon and Hagatna Headquarters branches before returning to Corporate Banking. A summa cum laude graduate of the University of Washington, Seattle, Wade is an alumna of the Academy of Our Lady of Guam and has also completed the American Bankers Association’s National Commercial Lending School in Dallas, Texas.
Richard Camacho began his employment as a summer intern before joining Bank of Guam fulltime in 1993 as a management trainee. He has worked in the Saipan, Harmon and Upper Tumon branches before becoming branch manager in Tamuning. He is currently the Vice President / Northern Regional Manager for Guam. Camacho is an alumnus of Father Duenas Memorial High School and a graduate of Aquinas College. Camacho is a member of the Navy League of Guam.
[L-R: Richard Camacho, Dave A. Enger (President and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Coast Banking School) and Renee Cahinhinan Wade]