Martin Kriegler, Bridge Bank

Martin Kriegler

Senior Vice President, Capital Finance Division Manager

(415) 508-2503

martin.kriegler@bridgebank.com

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Role and Experience:
Martin is senior vice president and group manager for the corporate banking group, in San Francisco, where he is responsible for developing and structuring banking solutions for a diverse set of commercial clients. Martin has over 15 years of banking experience and has spent the majority of those years at Bridge Bank.

Outside Activities:
Martin enjoys travelling with his family to Lake Tahoe, San Diego, Hawaii, and Europe. He is a former competitive swimmer and still swims for recreational purposes. He also practices Aikido martial arts and builds liquid-cooled performance computers for him and his friends. Together, he and his wife are building a large HO scale layout for Marklin model trains.

Education:
Martin holds a B.S. in Economics and Mathematics from Palacký University Olomouc located in Olomouc, Moravia, Czech Republic . He also holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Banking from Strayer University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He also earned an MBA with an emphasis on Management from Strayer University.

Why Bridge Bank?
“I work at Bridge Bank to make a difference in the business community."

Contact Info:
San Francisco Montgomery St. Office
201 Montgomery St.
San Francisco, CA 94104
(415) 508-2503

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