Kathleen Karpovich, Florida Community Bank Retail Sales Director; announced the appointment of Richard L. Alfonso to the post of District Manager for the Miami-Dade area. In this capacity, Alfonso will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of nine banking centers and ensure they reach their goals. Alfonso has more than 30 years of front-line operations, financial and business management experience with corporations such as: First Data, Triton Group, Inc., PLG Capital and 3Com Corporation.
Alfonso has a MBA in Business Administration from the University of Miami and Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Finance/International Business from Florida International University, Miami. Alfonso is very active in the community serving as past Chairperson for Community Habilitation Center, past President of the Knights of Columbus, past President of the St. John Neumann’s Men’s Club, and current member of the Council 100 of Florida International University.
In making the announcement, Kathleen Karpovich commented, “With the appointment of Richard L. Alfonso to oversee our banking centers in this area, we are confident Florida Community Bank will be able to provide customers with the products and services they need along with local decision making they seek.” Alfonso will be based at 5900 Bird Road, Miami, FL 33155 and can be reached at 305-514-6425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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