Cox has been with Riverview for 21 years, specializing in finance and credit administration. He leads the bank’s commercial credit and collection policies, procedures and processes. According to Riverview, Cox also works closely with investor relations. Cox earned a bachelor’s degree in finance at Washington State University and is an honor roll alumnus of the Pacific Coast Banking School.
Riverview has 14 locations in Washington and four in Oregon, and is the largest commercial bank headquartered in Southwest Washington with $1.58 billion in assets as of June 30. Lycklama was credited with leading Riverview’s acquisition of Oregon-based MBank in 2016, expanding the bank’s Oregon footprint.
Riverview, which trades on the Nasdaq as RVSB, has seen its stock remain relatively stable since news broke of Lycklama’s absence. Its stock closed at $5.62 per share Tuesday, down slightly from Monday’s close at $5.68 per share.