Banc of California

Banc of California
Commercial Equipment Finance
18500 Von Karman Ave Suite 1100
Irvine, CA 92612
949.825.8999
www.bancofcal.com

Contact Information

David Normandin, Senior Vice President
david.normandin@bancofcal.com

Chris Maudlin
949.825.8941
chris.maudlin@bancofcal.com

Comments

Banc of California Commercial Equipment Finance (BOC CEF) is a small ticket funding source with a wide appetite for equipment and industries. BOC CEF is interested in partnering with originators to provide vendor programs, UNL programs, portfolio acquisitions and single transaction funding.

General Information

Funding Information

Company Type

  • Bank

In Business Since

  • 1941

Trade Associations

  • ELFA
  • NEFA
  • NAELB

Funding Source Type

  • Lender

Source of Funds

  • Internal

Annual Funded Volume

  • N/A

Transaction Profile

Deal Size Range

  • $0-$100K
  • $100-$250K
  • $250K-$1MM
  • $1MM - 2.5MM

Average Deal Size

  • $60K

Term

  • 1-3 Years
  • 3-5 Years
  • 5-7 Years

Average Term

  • 3 Years

Products Offered

  • Sale/Leaseback

Scope of Geographic Activity

  • National

Transaction Preferences

Equipment Categories

  • Agriculture
  • Ambulance/Emergency
  • Audio, Visual & Broadcast
  • Auto/Light Truck
  • Bank Systems/ATMs
  • Bus/Mass Transit
  • CAD/CAM
  • Computer Related
  • Construction
  • Dry Cleaning/Laundry
  • Energy Related
  • Graphic Arts/Printing
  • Industrial/Manufacturing
  • Machine Tool
  • Materials Handling
  • Medical/Dental
  • Mining
  • Office Equipment
  • Restaurant FF&E
  • Retail FF&E
  • Software Only
  • Telecommunications
  • Trucks and Trailers
  • Waste Disposal

Credit Quality

  • A Quality

Special Services

  • Banc of California Commercial Equipment Finance (BOC CEF) funds 100% software and annual renewals as collateral.

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