Midland’s Chemical Bank Adds Chief Banking Officer-Consumer and Wealth Management


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Christopher McComish

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Midland-based Chemical Bank has announced the addition of Christopher McComish as chief banking officer-consumer and wealth management.

“Chris brings a strong understanding of consumers, how they bank today, and trends in our industry,” says Thomas C. Shafer, president and CEO. “His leadership skills developed through varied executive assignments, and his impressive experience will prove to be incredibly beneficial to the bank in achieving our strategic business objectives.”

McComish will develop the bank’s consumer and wealth management strategies. He will also implement a consistent customer experience service model.

“I’m excited to join the team to help lead Chemical’s growth and its commitment to the markets we serve,” says McComish. “Having grown up in this area and seeing the amazing development that is happening, I’m also thrilled to be coming home.” 

Prior to joining Chemical Bank, McComish served as president and CEO of Scottrade Bank, the banking subsidiary of Scottrade Financial Services Inc. He has been in the industry for 30 years and also has previous experience at BMO Harris Bank and Wachovia Bank.

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