Golden Moore will be speaking in the International Business Track.
J. Golden Moore
Golden Moore is Senior Vice President, International Banking Manager at Zions Bank. He, and his team, help entrepreneurs, mid-sized companies and corporations with export/import banking, transaction and funding needs. He is based at Zions’ headquarters at One South Main in downtown Salt Lake City, UT. Golden has worked in the banking industry for over 20 years, his expertise is in international business, corporate, mid-market commercial, industrial, real estate construction and development, as well as energy efficiency. He recently led the Small Business Administration (SBA) Export program, where he and his team received the “2022 SBA Export Lender of the Year” award. An innovator at heart, Golden has worked with various industries to establish customized funding options for their company growth strategies. He provides holistic International Trade finance solutions to support Client’s international trade activities. He received his Master of Business Administration from Brigham Young University, received his Graduate degree in Banking from Southwest Governor’s School of Banking at SMU in Dallas, TX. He has also been certified in Global Business Management, and other credit analysis and has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Utah. Golden serves as an Advisory Board Member at the World Trade Center of Utah and Global Advisory Board at Utah Valley University. He has been a panelist in trade for the Utah Inland Port, striving to help international trade flow easier in and out of the Western States. He also sits on the Board for the World Trade Association of Utah, is a member of the Mountain West Capital Network, and is part of the Utah International Outreach Team. He and his wife Holli, and their 4 children, volunteer in their local community on sports teams, as well as through the State of Utah Refugee Connection and Homeless Services. Golden has participated in various trade visits in the Middle East, Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia, Pacific Islands and lived in Brazil in 1999 to 2001.