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Efland Joins CBC Business Credit as Sales Manager

November 03, 2015, 07:34 AM

California Bank of Commerce, a San Francisco Bay Area business bank, announced Amy C. Efland has joined the bank as senior vice president and sales manager for CBC Business Credit in the South Bay.

“We are very proud to have Amy join our growing asset based lending team. She is a veteran business development officer with over ten years of experience in the financial services industry. Amy will lead business development for CBC Business Credit in California, Oregon and Washington,” said James Christiansen, Executive Vice President CBC Business Credit.

A graduate of San Diego State University, Efland is an experienced leader in identifying new markets and business opportunities within the asset-based lending and factoring markets. Efland was most recently a Vice President of Business Development at Crestmark Bank in San Francisco where she was among the top new business development officers. Prior to Crestmark, Efland was a Vice President of Business Development for Summit Financial Resources in San Francisco.

“Amy brings to CBC Business Credit a wealth of contacts within California and the Pacific Northwest. Her business development experience and leadership will add to our existing, strong asset based lending team of bankers and business developers,” said Terry A. Peterson, President and CEO of California Bank of Commerce.

“CBC Business Credit’s team excels at providing tailored working capital solutions to middle-market businesses and I am pleased to be welcomed onto this team. I look forward to expanding the Bank’s footprint on the West Coast,” said Efland.

California Bank of Commerce was designed and built to provide a unique banking experience for its clients, providing a broad range of commercial banking services to closely held businesses and professionals throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

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