Bank of Georgetown's Chief Financial Officer, Domingo Rodriguez, has been recognized as one of Washington D.C.-area's top CFO by SmartCEO Magazine. Mr. Rodriguez has been with Bank of Georgetown since its opening in 2005 and has 12 years of experience as a CFO. He has played an influential role in making the bank one of the most successful new banks in the DC area.
As CFO, Mr. Rodriguez works to develop and implement ongoing financial monitoring systems to measure bank performance, regulatory compliance, interest rate market risk and internal accounting controls. He is responsible for managing the bank's $80+ million securities investment portfolio and works with executive management to strategize all financial activities.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to observe and contribute to the steady growth and success of Bank of Georgetown,” said Mr. Rodriguez. “It is wonderful to work for an organization that not only supports communities with innovative financial solutions that encourage economic growth, but also with volunteer and charity efforts.”
Mr. Rodriguez serves as treasurer and board member of Martha’s Table, a non-profit organization that serves at-risk children, youth, families and individuals in the DC area. Bank of Georgetown actively supports more than 20 local charity and volunteer organizations.
To be named SmartCFO, applicants must submit a nomination that is evaluated by an independent panel of financial experts. The SmartCFO winners come from prospering Washington companies that are committed to innovative projects and processes.
Click here to view the full list of SmartCFO profiles from the May Issue.