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City National Hires New Commercial Banker in San Francisco

July 31, 2014, 07:19 AM

City National Bank has hired Scott Smith to serve as senior vice president and manager of its commercial banking team in San Francisco.

Smith will help lead City National's commercial banking activities throughout the Bay Area. City National Bank, which offers the resources, regional contacts, and industry expertise that mid-size companies need to grow and enhance their competitive advantage, also provides a complete array of services that range from business and real estate lending to equipment leasing, cash management, and wealth management.

"I'm thrilled to welcome Scott to our team in San Francisco," said Michael Walker, executive vice president of City National Bank. "City National is a leading lender throughout the Bay Area, and Scott has valuable experience helping companies find financial solutions and grow in the region."

With more than two decades of experience in commercial banking and syndicated lending, Smith worked with Comerica and U.S. Bank in the Bay Area region. Smith has specific experience with nonprofit lending, club deals, syndicated loans, and traditional middle market lending throughout the Bay Area.

Smith earned his bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Notre Dame and graduated with honors from the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington. Smith has also been active as school board president at St. Theresa Elementary School in Oakland, serving from 2009-2011.

City National Corporation's wholly owned subsidiary, City National Bank, provides banking, investment and trust services through 77 offices, including 16 full-service regional centers, in Southern California, the San Francisco Bay Area, Nevada, New York City, Nashville and Atlanta.

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