Kim Vieira Joins Camden National’s Commercial Lending Team

kim vieiraCamden, Maine, July 22, 2014 – Tim Nightingale, executive vice president and senior loan officer for Camden National Bank, is pleased to welcome Kim Vieira to the position of vice president, commercial banking officer. Based out of Kennebunk, Vieira will serve York County/Southern Maine and report to Ryan Smith, senior vice president & regional commercial manager.

"Kim’s 20 plus years of experience combined with her local knowledge will ensure our commercial clients receive excellent customer service on a daily basis,” said Nightingale.

Prior to joining Camden National, Vieira was vice president, commercial lending officer for The Bank of Maine serving York County. “I was attracted to Camden National Bank because of its strength, solid reputation and commitment to discovering new approaches and finding the right resources to support and meet the goals of local businesses,” said Vieira. “I look forward to helping Camden National build new and lasting relationships with the people and businesses of Southern Maine. I grew up in the Kennebunks and was fortunate to be able to raise my family here. I am very committed to working with our small businesses and supporting the economic strength of this community.”

Vieira will join the Southern Maine commercial lending team of Elliott Barry, Nate Cotnoir, and Dean Waterman led by Ryan Smith.

“Camden National is committed to our customers’ success through responsive, flexible lending and long-lasting customer relationships. This customer-centric approach has earned us the trust of the businesses we work with. With Kim’s experience and community connections she is a valuable addition to our already strong commercial lending team,” said Smith.

Vieira is active in the Kennebunk community where she lives with her family, serving on the boards of the Laudholm Trust, the Kennebunk Rotary Club, and the Maine Chapter of the Risk Management Association. She attended both Fisher College in Boston and National College (now known as National American University) in Rapid City, South Dakota receiving an Associate’s Degree. Once in banking, she continued her education attending the Northern New England School of Banking.