Prior to 2008, he served as the Bank’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO). During his tenure as CFO, Mr. Cama had primary responsibility for the Company’s successful conversion to a publicly traded stock company. In 2014, the Company completed one of the largest capital raises for a publically traded thrift – raising over $2.2 billion.
Investors has been named on Forbes’ “Best Banks in America” list for seven consecutive years beginning in 2012.
Mr. Cama places an equally concentrated focus on corporate social responsibility. Reflecting his commitment to serving the community, he is a board member of the Madison YMCA, the Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation and the Center for Italian and Italian American Culture (CIIAC).
In the fall of 2017, Mr. Cama was inducted into the Italian American National Hall of Fame. He received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from St. Francis College in Brooklyn for his service to the community in April 2016. Domenick was recognized by the Greater New York Councils of the Boy Scouts with the Good Scout Award in September 2016. Mr. Cama has been the past recipient of the Executive of the Year from the Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation and honored as the Man of the Year by both the CIIAC and the Federation of Italian American Organizations.
In addition, Domenick has served as the Essex County Heart Walk Survivor Ambassador for the American Heart Association, as well as acted as the organization’s media spokesperson and was the key speaker at many of their New Jersey events.
Other community organizations bestowing honors upon him in the past include Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow, OHEL, HomeSharing, the Theodore Atlas Foundation, Futures in Education, Frankie’s Mission and HeartShare.
Mr. Cama holds a Bachelors degree in Economics and a Masters degree in Finance from Pace University. Domenick is a Brooklyn native and currently resides in Northern New Jersey with his wife, Wendy, and has three children.