Nonthaveth joins HomeStreet Bank in Kent

Douang Nonthaveth

HomeStreet Bank has hired Douang Nonthaveth as a commercial lending officer in its Kent Commercial Lending Branch.

He will be responsible for expanding relationships including business loans, deposits and cash management products.

Nonthaveth started his commercial banking career in 2006 with Columbia Bank, helping local community-based organizations with their business banking needs He has spent the last five years working for GBC International Bank with a focus in export and commercial real estate financing.

“I joined HomeStreet for the opportunity to help grow the Kent team’s commercial lending portfolio,” Nonthaveth said in a media release. “I especially like working close to my home in Kent because it allows me to increase my involvement with the local community.”

Nonthaveth is the treasurer for the Filipino American Association at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Covington. He enjoys road cycling, coaching his children’s sports teams, volunteering at Northwest Harvest in Kent and spending time with his family.

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