Bank of Ann Arbor Welcomes Abadi, Swartzendruber and Davidoff

Ann Arbor – Bank of Ann Arbor would like to welcome Nader Abadi, Michelle Swartzendruber and Michael Davidoff to the team.

While our Birmingham office is still in its early phases, it is with great excitement that we continue to expand the team with exceptional new talent. Joining us this year are Nader Abadi and Michelle Swartzendruber, both in the commercial lending area.

Nader Abadi

Nader, Assistant Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer, joins Bank of Ann Arbor with experience as an Associate at Monroe Capital, a Chicago-based private debt fund, where he sourced and structured middle market senior/junior debt and equity transactions. Prior to Monroe, Nadar was a corporate ratings analyst with S&P Global in New York, covering the real estate and retail industries. Additionally, he is actively involved in the community, serving as a member of the Dearborn Education Foundation. He received his BA in Economics from University of Michigan and MBA from Georgetown University.

Michelle, Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer, comes to us with nearly 20 years of highly successful commercial banking experience, all at Fifth Third Bank, working in the Healthcare, Education, & Non-Profit area the last three years and in the Commercial Real Estate lending area the prior eleven years. She received her BA in Finance from Michigan State University’s Broad School of Business. In her spare time, Michelle is a member of ACG Detroit, Inforum, and volunteers at her daughter’s school.

Michael Davidoff

In Ann Arbor, Michael Davidoff joins the Trust and Investment Management Group. As Vice President, Senior Investment and Business Development Officer, he comes to our team with more than 20 years of
experience. Most recently, he was a Senior Equity Research Analyst at Wells Capital Management. At Wells, he served as a buyside analyst for a $9 billion institutional money manager. He received his BA in International Relations from University of Michigan and his MBA in Finance and Accounting from University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Outside of the office, he is volunteer at University of Michigan’s Ross Business School, and a member of the Ann Arbor Angels and Imerman Angels.

“Looking back at the first half of the year, it is incredible to be in a position to continue to grow and invest in our talent at the bank,” said Tim Marshall, President & CEO, Bank of Ann Arbor. “Nader, Michelle, and Michael are great examples of what sets Bank of Ann Arbor apart from others. Their
remarkable success, noteworthy expertise, and commitment to their community, embodies the culture of BOAA perfectly.”

About Bank of Ann Arbor
Bank of Ann Arbor is a locally owned and operated bank with total assets and assets under management of over $3.2 billion, serving people and businesses in Southeast Michigan with offices at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Washington Street in downtown Ann Arbor, in the Traver Village Shopping Center, at the corner of Stadium and Liberty streets, on West Ellsworth Road in Pittsfield Township, on West Michigan Avenue in downtown Ypsilanti, in Plymouth on Ann Arbor Road, on East Michigan Avenue in downtown Saline, and on Woodward Avenue just north of 14 Mile Road in Birmingham Michigan. UniFi Equipment Finance, a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank and headquartered in Ann Arbor, is a well-established company with a national presence in the small ticket vendor space. UniFi has funded more than 85,000 transactions, totaling over $1 billion. / Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.