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Union Bank names Kelly Kline regional VP in Business Banking group

Union Bank, N.A. named Kelly Kline a regional vice president in the Business Banking group. Kline will oversee multiple regional sales managers and is responsible for business development, portfolio management, client experience, marketing and training goals.

Kline reports to Senior Vice President Jonathan Holmes.

“Kelly’s knowledge of the financial services industry and his strong understanding of managing a solid team will be an asset as we continue to grow in the San Diego County region,” said Union Bank Executive Vice President Todd Hollander, head of Business Banking.

Union Bank’s Business Banking group serves businesses with up to $15 million in annual revenues and offers a variety of products and services for business owners, including deposit solutions, loans, lines of credit, specialized credit programs and online business products.

Kline has nearly 10 years of experience in the banking industry and most recently served as a vice president and relationship manager of Union Bank’s Commercial Banking group. Prior to joining Union Bank, he served as a vice president and commercial loan officer for Wells Fargo Bank.

Kline volunteers for the Alpha Project for the Homeless, the San Diego Food Bank, Rady Children’s Hospital and is involved with Junior Achievement’s financial literacy outreach. Kline received his bachelor’s degree in business management from Webster University.

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