Bank promotes Isaacson

First Business Bank promoted its senior vice president of operations to executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Pamela Isaacson will now be responsible for management of the bank’s operations, compliance and risk management for corporate headquarters and the bank’s three offices in Del Mar, Carlsbad and Ramona.

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