SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 8, 2013) - American River Bank, a subsidiary of American River Bankshares (
Mr. Seipke is responsible for the business development efforts of Commercial Banking out of American River Bank's new loan production office in the San Jose area. His primary objectives include managing relationships with current and prospective business clients with target revenues between $1 million and $50 million. He will also be responsible for serving the credit needs of businesses and professionals in the area, providing financial services such as equipment financing, business lines of credit, asset based lines of credit and commercial real estate financing.
American River Bank's decision to open a loan production office in the San Jose area is in line with its strategy to grow as a regional business bank throughout Northern California. "The San Jose and East Bay markets are home to many high-quality businesses that fall within the Bank's specialties in building trades, wholesale, manufacturing and distribution industries," said David Taber, President and CEO of American River Bank. "We can offer business owners a higher level of business banking expertise and a partnership that will help lead them to greater success, as we have done for many of our clients over the last 30 years."
"Brian is smart, experienced and comes from a family of business owners," said Erica Fernandez, SVP and Commercial Banking Manager at American River Bank. "That connection and understanding of what business owners deal with, along with his proven experience as a commercial lender, is an extremely valuable asset in serving our clients successfully."
Mr. Seipke has 10 years of professional experience in commercial banking. He comes to the Company from Bank of America, where he served as a Senior Client Manager. His areas of expertise include commercial banking and commercial real estate lending -- with extensive knowledge of manufacturing, distribution and contractor trades.
About American River Bank
American River Bank, a subsidiary of American River Bankshares (
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