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With Nearly Half a Million Dollars in Closed Business, Kim Am Earns Rainmaker Award for Final Quarter in 2018

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

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With $408,385 in closed business, Kim Am has earned the Greater Irvine Chamber’s title of Rainmaker for the last quarter in 2018. Her performance in the Thursday Morning Leads Group contributed to the group’s total of $446,536, putting it in the top spot among all the Leads Groups for total closed sales during the period.

Am, vice president and director of sales-payments for Commercial Bank of California, has participated in the Thursday Morning Leads Group since joining the Chamber in November 2018.

“Whether it’s showing up to network, continuing to serve others, or continuing to seek opportunities to learn and grow as a person, putting in the effort is important. I knew that if I was to thrive in doing business in Irvine/Orange County I would need to connect and build connections through the Greater Irvine Chamber. Being a part of the Leads Group has helped me build a healthy, trusted network of people around me,” Am said. “Being part of the group has also helped me overcome a mild fear of meeting new people. I now enjoy meeting and connecting with people. Most importantly, I’ve gained valuable resources and have become a valuable resource to others as well.”  

With more than 10 years of professional experience in the financial industry, Am leads and creates programs specific to helping the bank offer payments solutions to customers in various verticals. She helps team members build healthy residual income by becoming trusted advisors as payments consultants, helping customers accept payments more cost effectively and securely from anywhere and anytime.

“Transforming the way you think about Banking,” Commercial Bank of California (CBC) is one of the nation’s highest capitalized banks, ranking in the top 6 percent. A full-service, FDIC-insured, community bank headquartered in Irvine, CBC is owned, built, and run by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. The bank focuses on creating an entrepreneurial culture to better serve and anticipate the needs of business owners.

Click here to watch a video of the CBC story.

Following are results for all Leads Groups and the total in closed sales earned by each group:

  • Thursday – Kim Am: $408,385. Total for the group: $446,536
  • Monday – Scott Schultz: $250,000. Total for the group: $337,825
  • Wednesday Morning – Wafa Mousa: $100,000. Total for the group: $119,295
  • Wednesday Afternoon – Josh Friedman: $32,324. Total for the group: $109,156
  • Tuesday – Matthew Sipes: $5,276. Total for the group: $12,679

The Rainmaker award recognizes the top individual from a Leads Group—Chamber members from non-competing industry—for referring business to fellow members resulting in the most closed business revenue. 

The total in closed business through Leads Groups for the 2017-2018 fiscal year was $19,729,150. To view the breakdown of total closed business during that period, click here. Figures for the 2018-2019 fiscal year will be released after July 2019.

For more information and to become involved in a Leads Group, contact Danielle Spellman.

 

Category: Chamber News, Member News

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