Broadway Bank Names David Ladensohn Chairman And Expresses Sincere Gratitude To Outgoing Chairman James D. Goudge
Broadway Bank is pleased to announce that David Ladensohn has been named Chairman of the Board of Directors, following the retirement of Chairman and long-time Broadway Banker James D. Goudge.
“I’m honored to chair the Broadway Bank Board of Directors. I look forward to continuing the strong legacy of leadership that has defined this institution, from its founders Col. Charles E. Cheever Sr. and his wife Betty, to our Chairman Emeritus Charlie Cheever Jr. and our retiring Chairman Jim Goudge,” said Ladensohn. “Together with our board and executive team, we will continue the bank’s evolution, building a solid, innovative bank that continues to provide excellent customer experiences.”
A native of San Antonio, Ladensohn joined the Broadway Bank Board of Directors in 2013. He retired in 2006 as Chairman & CEO of KLN Steel Products Company. Prior to spending 21 years at KLN, Ladensohn worked for Bank of America in a number of capacities including Vice President and Manager of the Hong Kong Corporate Banking Office. He currently serves on the board of C&S Wholesale Grocers of Keene, New Hampshire, the 10th largest private company in the United States. Ladensohn is a mediator specializing in conflict prevention and resolution in complex family businesses and inter-generational wealth transfers.
Ladensohn holds a Bachelor of Science in finance from Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Business Administration in international business from Pepperdine University. He completed the Owner/President Management Program at Harvard Business School and mediation training at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
“David brings talent, expertise and energy to the board. We are very fortunate to have him as our chairman as we continue our journey to provide the best new products, new services and new experiences,” said David Bohne, CEO Broadway Bank. “At the same time, we couldn’t be more thankful for Jimmy’s leadership and inspiration during his years as a Broadway Banker. His impact on this institution, the surrounding community, and Texas banking in general, is immeasurable.”