Signature Bank Announces David Martin as New Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending

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Expanded commercial lending division aims to continue Signature Bank’s success with middle-market businesses

Chicago-based Signature Bank is pleased to announce the hire of David C. Martin as Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending. Martin joins the Signature Bank team with nearly thirty years of experience in the banking industry, with an emphasis on commercial lending in the Chicago area.

“We are excited to have someone with Dave’s experience in commercial lending joining our team,” said Mick O’Rourke, CEO and President of Signature Bank. “His deep knowledge of middle-market businesses in Chicago is a real asset to Signature Bank.”

Martin joins the Commercial Lending team to build on Signature Bank’s success at serving Chicago’s business community.

“I’m excited to join Signature Bank at a time when it’s growing rapidly,” said Martin. “Signature Bank is a true relationship-focused bank with a robust cash management area that is right for my target client base.”

Signature Bank is headquartered at 9701 Higgins Road, Suite 500, Rosemont, IL 60018 and can be reached at 773-467-5600 or online at

About Signature Bank
Signature Bank is wholly owned by Signature Bancorporation, Inc. At its founding in 2006, Signature Bancorporation became the largest privately funded de novo bank holding company in Illinois. Based in Chicago, Signature Bank specializes in middle-market commercial banking and is a full-service retail bank offering an extensive range of financial product lines to consumers. Signature Bank offers a unique balance of relationship-driven service with leading-edge technology to provide customers with the personalization they expect from a community bank and the technology capabilities they demand from a national bank.

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Julie Simon
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