Jack Milligan is editor-at-large of Bank Director magazine, a position to which he brings over 40 years of experience in financial journalism organizations. Mr. Milligan directs Bank Director’s editorial coverage and leads its director training efforts. He has a master’s degree in Journalism from The Ohio State University.
About the presenter
Clint Stein is the CEO of Columbia Banking System and Umpqua Bank. He served as president and CEO of Columbia Banking System and Columbia Bank from January 1, 2020 until 2023’s merger with Umpqua. Mr. Stein joined Columbia in 2005 and held various positions with the bank. Mr. Stein was named a CFO of the Year in 2015 by the Puget Sound Business Journal, and he was named as a top 100 business leader on the PSBJ’s Power 100 list in 2022.
Prior to joining Columbia, Mr. Stein served as CFO for Albina Community Bank, which he joined following his tenure as CFO at Community Bank. He began his nearly 30 year career in the financial services industry as a public accountant focused on tax and municipal non profit auditing.
Mr. Stein currently serves on the executive council For A Greater Tacoma, and he is a director on the boards of Washington Bankers Association and Pacific Coast Banking School. He previously served as a board member for the Tacoma Pierce County Chamber of Commerce.
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Getting the Deal Done: Lessons Learned From a Veteran Acquirer
Hear from the CEO of Columbia Banking System and Umpqua Bank, Clint Stein, as he discusses lessons learned from his latest merger of Umpqua and Columbia and what opportunities he sees for banks today.
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