LAS VEGAS – Nevada State Bank has named Chaya Platt and Susan Splan vice presidents and professional banking relationship managers. They will serve the unique financial needs of executives, medical and legal professionals, while working with the professional banking team in southern Nevada to foster new relationships and help build the professional banking brand throughout the community.
Platt brings more than 15 years of local banking expertise to her position. She has been with Nevada State Bank since 2004, starting as a new accounts banker. She has held several positions since then, including underwriter, credit administrator, senior underwriting supervisor, and most recently, portfolio risk officer with The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank. As a Certified Medical Banker, she serves the unique needs of medical professionals and their practices. A southern Nevada resident for 18 years, she earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and is a graduate of Leadership Henderson class of 2018.
Splan brings more than 17 years of banking expertise to her position, with 12 years of experience in the Las Vegas market. She joined Nevada State Bank in 2008, and has held several positions, including sales officer, treasury management sales officer, and most recently, client relations for The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank. She is also a Certified Medical Banker and provides personalized service and product specialties to meet the needs of healthcare professionals. Splan is a graduate of Las Vegas Leadership Advance class of 2015 and holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Colorado at Denver.
“We are excited to have Chaya and Susan on our professional banking team,” said Raine Shortridge, senior vice president and professional banking manager for Nevada State Bank. “Their expertise in banking and client relations will be an asset to the bank and our clients.”