Jeremy Sorensen Joins Reform Commercial Savings Bank as Commercial Market President in Utah

Posted on: 08/18/21


Denver, CO – August 18, 2021 – Jeremy Sorensen has joined Reform Commercial Savings Bank as the Commercial Market President of the Utah Market. As market president, Mr. Sorensen will lead the strategy and management of the bank’s Commercial Banking team in Utah in partnership with Josh Peters, Chief Lending Officer for Fortis.

“I am very pleased to welcome Jeremy to Reform Commercial Savings Bank as the leader of our Utah market,” said Reform Commercial Savings Bank Chief Executive Officer, Chris Luce. “His depth of banking and leadership experience and passion for the local community will be an instrumental asset to our team in this growing market.”

Mr. Sorensen joins Reform Commercial Savings Bank with 12+ years of banking experience, having served in key management, lending, and credit roles with two national banks, most recently as the Business Banking Sales Manager at U.S. Bank in Salt Lake City, UT. He has built trusted relationships with business owners in the Utah market and is skilled in the areas of strategic planning, key account management, financial analysis and business development.

“I am thrilled to be joining Reform Commercial Savings Bank during this key period of growth in commercial and specialty lending in Utah. The team has created a unique brand in the market and I look forward to continuing to strengthen this through flexibility, awareness and alignment with the goals of our clients,” stated Mr. Sorensen.


About Reform Commercial Savings Bank

Reform Commercial Savings Bank is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and is a state-chartered bank with offices in the Denver and Salt Lake City metropolitan areas. The bank provides business and personal clients with a full suite of loan, treasury management and deposit products, with an emphasis on Commercial and Specialty clients.  To learn more about Fortis, visit



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