Piper Joins Bank of Southern California as Senior Managing Director
JUL 3, 2019 - 6:35 am
Robby Piper joined the Bank of Southern California as senior managing director, Business Banking. He will be responsible for expanding the bank’s client base by actively seeking new business opportunities in Orange County and the Inland Empire.
Piper, a veteran banker with a proven history of results-driven success, has more than 20 years of industry experience working with small to mid-sized businesses from Orange County to the Inland Empire. Prior to joining Bank of Southern California, he held similar roles at Citizens Business Bank and Union Bank. Involved in the community, he has also served as the past president and board member for the Exchange Club of Magnolia Center.
“We are pleased to welcome Robby to Bank of Southern California’s robust Business Banking team. His well-established network in the Orange and Riverside markets, along with his reputation for outstanding performance and customer service, make him a great asset,” said John Chung, group managing director. “Robby will play an integral role as we continue to expand the Bank’s presence and further position ourselves as the bank of choice for Southern California businesses.”
Established in 2001 and headquartered in San Francisco, Bank of Southern California is locally owned and managed and offers a range of financial products to individuals, professionals and small-to-medium sized businesses. The bank currently operates 11 branches in San Diego County, Los Angeles County, Orange County, and the Coachella Valley in Riverside County, as well as a production office in West Los Angeles.
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