Redwood Capital Bank Announces Renee Byers, VP/Interim Chief Financial Officer

PRESS RELEASE –March 16, 2018

EUREKA, CALIFORNIA – On March 16, 2018, Redwood Capital Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Redwood Capital Bancorp (RWCB.OB) announced the appointment of Renee Byers, VP/Controller to VP/Interim Chief Financial Officer, replacing Fred J. Moore, III who recently resigned from the company.

President and CEO, John E. Dalby stated, “Ms. Byers has served as Redwood Capital Bank’s Controller for the past ten years.  She has consistently demonstrated excellence during her tenure and remains true to our mission of providing the highest quality service to both our external and internal customers.”

Renee Byers was raised in Humboldt County.  She has 25 years of banking experience, including the areas of Customer Service, Back Office Support, Human Resources and Controller. Currently, Ms. Byers is a Class of 2018 member of the prestigious Pacific Coast Banking School.  Ms. Byers was a long-time volunteer with the Harbor Lanes Youth Bowlers and is an active volunteer with Redwood Empire Little League. She and her husband reside in Eureka and have two children.

CEO Dalby added, “I am excited to work with Renee in her new role as Interim CFO.  She has more than proven herself over the years to have the knowledge, skill set and work ethic the position requires.  This is truly a wonderful opportunity for Renee to join our Senior Management team, including, Jennifer Budwig, SVP/Chief Lending Officer, Tammy Brown, SVP/Chief Credit Officer and myself.  On behalf of the staff and management of Redwood Capital Bank, we wish Mr. Moore all the best in his new venture.”

For more information regarding Redwood Capital Bank, please visit our website at, contact John E. Dalby, President and CEO at (707) 444-9833, or stop by the headquarters and main office at 402 G Street, Eureka, CA  95501.

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