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Merchants Commercial Bank Appoints Client Development Officer

Jan. 21, 2009 – President and CEO James Crites of Merchants Commercial Bank announced Wednesday the appointment of Ro Khiani as client development officer for the bank. His responsibility will be to foster good relations between existing clients and the bank as well as to present new banking solutions to both existing and prospective clients.
Khiani graduated from Virginia Tech in 2003 with degrees in information technology and risk management finance. Upon graduation, he returned to the Virgin Islands, working with FirstBank Virgin Islands as an account relationship officer. Subsequently, he worked for an Internet startup company, after which he became involved in his family's retail business at Regency Jewelers.
"I have come full circle. Having worked in various industries throughout the territory, none have provided me the opportunity to work with and serve as diverse a population of professionals as banking in the Virgin Islands. I sincerely appreciate the opportunity that Merchants Commercial Bank, its board of directors and management have afforded me in returning to the financial service industry. Merchants Commercial Bank's core mission of providing the highest level of customer service while offering clients the most complete range of technologically advanced and convenient business products in the territory is what makes working here a breath of fresh air."
Persons interested in Merchants Commercial Bank's range of products and services may contact Ro Khiani at 779-2265, ext. 40.

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