“This is why I became interested in banking in the first place,” Bodily said. “It was to be involved in customer service. With the way Bank of Utah is I will be able to do more of that.”
Bodily grew up in Centerville, and his enthusiasm for Davis County runs deep. Along with his career in banking, Bodily is very involved in Layton City, serving as a member of the community’s planning commission.
“Both my job and my work as a member of the planning commission give me a chance to serve people,” said Bodily. “It’s a great opportunity to be in such a position in my life.”
Bodily has worked most recently as a marketing president for an out-of-town bank. His career has seen him creating SBA (Small Business Administration) departments for two separate banks while establishing a commercial lending division for another.
He has worked as both a business development officer and a loan officer, managed a business banking group, serviced and underwrote SBA loans, and gained valuable experience in construction loans, commercial real estate, SBA, and commercial and industrial lending. Bodily is also a member of the National Association for SBA Lenders.
“Bank of Utah has a strong legacy of building the community,” Bodily said. “I look forward to helping them grow the commercial lending side of their business.”
Scott H. Parkinson, Bank of Utah’s senior vice president of retail banking had high praise for Bodily. He has watched Bodily’s career and knows the strengths he brings to Bank of Utah.
“Brian will be a great resource to Salt Lake City businesses and we’re happy to have him on board,” Parkinson said. “He understands how to match business owners with loans that best suit their business goals. His experience and involvement in the industry will help many local businesses succeed as they come to Bank of Utah.”