Peter R. Park 
President & Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Park, President & Chief Executive Officer, has over 27 years of banking experience, including
14 years as a senior executive officer.  Having organized UniBank from the ground up and worked for Washington Mutual with total assets well in excess of $300 billion, he brings a unique and diverse blend of banking experience, including corporate finance and accounting, capital markets, financial analysis and modeling, and enterprise risk management.  Mr. Park has an MBA in Finance from the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business and a BA in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Philip Yun 
Executive Vice President & Chief Credit Officer

Mr. Yun, EVP & Chief Credit Officer, is a founding member of the Bank and has over 13 years of experience in the banking industry.  He has extensive knowledge in Commercial Real Estate lending and government guaranteed loan programs such as Small Business Administration and USDA B&I. Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Yun served as a U.S. Naval officer.  He currently volunteers at the local region of the Red Cross. Mr. Yun has a BS in Business and Marketing from Arizona State University.

Stephanie Yoon 
Executive Vice President & Chief Risk Officer

Ms. Yoon, EVP & Chief Risk Officer and Audit Manager, has been with the Bank since 2011, and has over 20 years of experience in the banking industry.  She is well versed in marketing, strategic planning, compliance and internal audit.  Prior to joining the Bank, she served as the First Vice President and Investor Relations Manager at Hanmi Bank in Los Angeles, CA.  She had also worked as the Assistant Vice President and Corporate Development Manager at Citibank in Seoul, South Korea.  Ms. Yoon has an MBA from the Wharton School of Management and a BA from Ewha University in South Korea.

David Song 
Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer

Mr. Song, EVP & Chief Marketing Officer, has 22 years of experience in the banking industry. 
He leads the Bank in the production of loans and deposits, covering the major MSAs in Western Washington and Portland. His specialty is commercial lending with a focus on SBA loans.  Prior to his current role, Mr. Song had served as a commercial lender and as a branch manager for the Bank. Prior to joining Bank, he had similar roles at Pacific International Bank (now Bank of Hope).  He had also served as a consumer loan officer at Sharons Credit Union in Vancouver, British Columbia. 
Mr. Song has an MBA from Seogang University and a BA from Yonsei University, both in South Korea.

Simon Bai 
Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Bai, SVP & Chief Financial Officer, joined the Bank in January 2018, and has over 20 years of experience in banking and financial services.  Prior to joining the Bank, he served as the Vice President of Financial Reporting and Analytics at Puget Sound Bank (now Heritage Bank), performing Interest Rate Risk (IRR) analysis, customer profitability and data analysis.  His prior experiences include controllership roles at PACCAR Financial Services and Charter Bank (now Sterling Bank), and audit roles in public accounting, specializing in financial institutions.  Mr. Bai volunteers as a board and treasurer at a local YMCA, and as a youth soccer coach.  Mr. Bai has an MBA from the University of Washington and a BA in International Economics from UCLA. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.

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