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California Bank & Trust Welcomes Marshall Lebovits as Vice President and Business Development Officer

California Bank & Trust (CB&T) is pleased to announce that Marshall Lebovits has joined the bank as vice president and business development officer. Lebovits will serve the entire state of California and will be based out of Los Angeles. Read More >

California Bank & Trust Honored for Support of Children's Bureau Orange County Division

California Bank & Trust (CB&T) is pleased to announce that the bank was awarded the Care and Compassion award by the Children's Bureau of Orange County, at a luncheon held at the Island Hotel to honor supporters of the bureau. Read More >

California Bank & Trust Opens a New Small Business Division in Corona

California Bank & Trust (CB&T) announced today that the bank has opened a new small business division in Corona, with additional bankers located in Chino and Rancho Cucamonga, to service the Inland Empire. Read More >

California Bank & Trust Institutes Policies to Go Green in Order to Help the Environment

California Bank & Trust (CB&T), announced today that the bank continues to introduce initiatives in order to improve the institution's ecological footprint. CB&T has implemented an industry-leading fare reimbursement program that encourages CB&T employees to use mass transit while discouraging commuting in single-occupant vehicles, which is scientifically known to be detrimental to the environment. Read More >

California Bank & Trust's Donation Supports Chabot College's Groundbreaking Textbook Rental Program

California Bank & Trust (CB&T), is pleased to announce the bank is supporting Chabot College Foundation's revolutionary textbook rental program. The program was created to address the strain the cost of books and materials were putting on students, causing many of them to drop out of school. Read More >

Zions Bancorporation Reports 2009 Fourth Quarter Results Showing Improvement of Credit Measures

Zions Bancorporation today reported a fourth quarter net loss applicable to common shareholders of $176.5 million or $1.26 per diluted share, compared to a net loss of $181.9 million or $1.43 per diluted share for the third quarter of 2009. Read More >

John Thomas Dye School in Bel Air Moves Forward with Master Plan Project

The John Thomas Dye School in Bel Air, an independent coeducational elementary day school educating grades kindergarten to grade six, announced today that they are moving ahead with a Master Plan construction project to asdd three new buildings to the school's prestigious campus. The construction project was made possible in part by donations and a loan, which was funded for $14.5 million by California Bank & Trust (CB&T). Read More >

California Bank & Trust Completes Conversion of Vineyard Bank Branches

California Bank & Trust (CB&T) is pleased to announce that it has completed the conversion of the former Vineyard Bank accounts and branch locations into California Bank & Trust. More than 31,000 loan and deposit accounts have been fully integrated into the California Bank & Trust banking system. Read More >

California Bank & Trust Welcomes a New Team

California Bank & Trust (CB&T) is pleased to announce that Tom Schmidt has been named the new manager of its Mission Gorge branch in the San Diego area. Schmidt rejoined California Bank & Trust in March as a commercial banker and has been handling the branch's managerial duties on an interim basis until he was promoted to the branch manager position. Read More >

California Bank & Trust Supports Affordable Housing Initiatives Through Investments & Donations

California Bank & Trust (CB&T), is pleased to announce that during the first half of the year through investments and contributions totaling more then $3.6 million, the bank supported affordable housing initiatives in the state of California. Read More >