California Bank of Commerce Rebrands with New Logo, Website



California Bank of Commerce (CBC) rebranded with a new look and website to reflect its role as the premier business bank in Northern California. The aesthetic showcases CBC’s progressive and sophisticated approach to business banking.

“Business banking requires a customized, solutions-based approach executed by knowledgeable and experienced bankers,” said Steve Shelton, CBC president and CEO. “At California Bank of Commerce, business banking is all we do. We remain committed to staying on the frontline, helping companies succeed in a constantly evolving and dynamic environment.”

CBC’s rebrand goes beyond a new look and feel. The bank is also:

  • Rolling out a new online banking platform customized for user experience and enhanced with top-tier data security
  • Forming a commercial banking team in the Sacramento Valley, which will allow CBC to expand and diversify its client base in Northern California
  • Expanding its services for legal, accounting and insurance firms through CBC Professional Banking
  • Expanding banking solutions for dental and veterinary practices to the Pacific Northwest through CBC Practice Banking

“CBC offers the power and sophistication of a money center bank but with the personal service of a local bank,” said Tom Park, CBC senior executive vice president and co-chief banking officer. “This is what sets us apart in the marketplace.”

CBC recently reached more than $1 billion in total assets, a testament to its premier business banking model and quality business clients.

To see California Bank of Commerce’s refreshed look, visit its website here.

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