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Jeff Boyer Joins Grandpoint Bank as Executive Vice President and Director of Corporate Banking

Thursday, May 10, 2012 4:42 PM

Grandpoint Bank today announced the appointment of Jeff Boyer as Executive Vice President and Director of Corporate Banking. Boyer will be responsible for supporting the expansion of corporate banking capabilities throughout the Bank. He will also direct the Bank’s syndicated lending function and interest rate swap products, which provide business clients with access to competitive fixed rate loan options. In addition, Boyer will oversee the growth of the downtown Los Angeles headquarters’ commercial banking unit.

“Jeff is a very talented banker, who we expect will be a key player in charting Grandpoint’s future course,” said Dan C. Yates, President of Grandpoint Capital, Inc., parent company of Grandpoint Bank. Boyer will report to Yates. “We are excited to have him as a member of our executive management team. His wealth of experience will be a tremendous asset to Grandpoint. Jeff will play a pivotal role in positioning Grandpoint as the bank of choice for corporations that want to work with bankers who understand their complex needs and can deliver solutions and strategies to help them grow revenues and improve earnings.

“There has been a clear void in the market for a commercial bank that has the capital, lending capacity, business expertise, sophisticated cash management products, and a strategic commitment to serve the needs of larger businesses in the region,” Yates said.

Prior to joining Grandpoint Bank, Boyer managed Citizen’s Business Bank’s San Fernando Valley Commercial Banking Group, which he established in 2008. Previously, Boyer worked for Mellon 1st Business Bank. He joined Mellon in 1997 and held a variety of positions, serving as Group Manager in the Downtown Los Angeles office and then as Regional Vice President of the bank’s San Fernando Valley region. Boyer launched his banking career in 1994 with Bank of America after receiving his M.B.A. from Loyola Marymount University. Boyer also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from California State University Northridge.

“Jeff has an impressive record of successfully building corporate banking relationships in the markets that are important to Grandpoint,” said Don M. Griffith, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Grandpoint Bank. “He understands how the strength and quality of client relationships fuel a bank’s success, and he will play a central role in implementing our Grandpoint vision.”

Grandpoint Bank has banking offices in downtown Los Angeles, Brentwood, El Segundo, Encino, Orange, Anaheim and Santa Ana, and an LPO in Pasadena. The Bank serves businesses, professionals, entrepreneurs and high-net-worth individuals with an integrated product set of personal client services, commercial banking and treasury management capabilities. It also provides correspondent services to financial institutions. At March 31, 2012, Grandpoint Bank had total assets of $875.3 million.

(Source: Business Wire )
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