Banking & Finance and Human Resources

Bank hires chief commercial banking officer

May 7, 2019
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Tim Doyle
Tim Doyle. Courtesy Macatawa Bank

A bank in the region has named a new executive to oversee its commercial banking operations.

Holland-based Macatawa Bank hired Tim Doyle as SPV, chief commercial banking officer, according to the bank last week.

“Tim is a 28-year banking veteran, and his experience leading commercial banking teams is impressive,” said Ron Haan, president and CEO, Macatawa Bank. “His knowledge of the western Michigan market will be a great asset as we continue to grow and develop meaningful business relationships.”

Doyle will be responsible for building relationships with existing customers and developing relationships with new customers to ensure continued growth for the bank.

He and his team will work with small businesses, middle-market companies and closely held corporations.

Doyle’s background

From 1999 to 2019, Doyle held executive roles at Fifth Third Bank in the Chicago and West Michigan markets.

Prior to that, he was a commercial banking officer at Wells Fargo in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He also was a credit analyst at Associated Bank in Green Bay from 1995 to 1997.

Doyle served on the executive board for the Michigan Bankers Association from 2008 to 2012 and was its chair in 2012.

He has also served on the finance committee for Heart of West Michigan United Way and as a board member for the World Affairs Council in West Michigan.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.

Macatawa Bank

Founded in 1997, Macatawa Bank offers banking, retail and commercial lending, wealth management and ecommerce services to individuals, businesses and governmental entities.

The bank has 400 employees at 26 branches located throughout communities in Kent, Ottawa and northern Allegan counties.

Macatawa reported total assets of about $1.97 billion in 2018.

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