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Community West Bancshares Names Martin Plourd Acting President And CEO

Community West Bancshares (CWBC: Quote), parent company of Community West Bank, said Friday that it has named Martin Plourd as Acting President and Chief Executive Officer.

Plourd, who is currently a Director and President and Chief Executive Officer of the Community West Bank, replaces William Peeples who has been serving as Acting President and Chief Executive Officer of Community West Bancshares following the resignation of the company's former President and Chief Executive Officer Lynda Nahra.

Community West Bancshares noted that Peeples' resignation was not due to any disagreement with the company relating to its operations, policies or practices. He will continue to serve on the company's Board of Directors as the Chairman of the Board.

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