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Tyler J. Resh, Director of Marketing and Strategy

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As a Director of Marketing and Strategy, Tyler Resh oversees all marketing efforts of First Foundation’s three main lines of business: private wealth management, personal banking, and business banking. Mr. Resh works on a diverse range of business development activities including public relations, communications, design, branding, digital and print advertising, events, in-bound marketing, and content marketing. Previously, Mr. Resh worked at the investment banking firm, ECHELON Partners where he oversaw the investment banking, consulting, and research engagements of the firm. In this capacity, he negotiated transactions between buyers and sellers, prepared offering documents, created detailed financial models, conducted valuation analyses, and produced industry research reports. In the course of these assignments, Mr. Resh has developed close working relationships with the most prolific investors and buyers in the financial services industry. Over the course of his career, Mr. Resh has consulted on both strategic and tactical assignments across a wide range of financial services markets, business lines, and products. His work experience has included engagements with investment managers, insurance companies, private banks, trust companies, commercial banks, broker dealers, and financial planning firms. Mr. Resh also has published and produced white papers, executive seminars, conference presentations, and institutional research reports. Prior to working at ECHELON Partners, Mr. Resh worked as a consultant for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), a recognized leader in business process and technical outsourcing. At CSC he advised Fortune 1000 companies in ways to redesign their business processes to reduce internal costs and increase productivity. He began his career with a boutique management consultancy in Los Angeles. Mr. Resh holds a degree in International Economics from UCLA and has performed extensive coursework in accounting, finance, and computer science. He currently resides in Dana Point, California.
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