A 33-Year Tradition of strong & secure Banking
Central Valley Community Bancorp (the “Company”) was established on November 15, 2000, as the holding company for Central Valley Community Bank (CVCB) and is registered as a bank holding company with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. The Company currently conducts no operations other than through its ownership of the Bank. The common stock of the Company trades on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol CVCY.
A Strong History of Steady Growth
Central Valley Community Bank, founded in 1979 as Clovis Community Bank, is a California State chartered bank with deposit accounts insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The Bank commenced operations on January 10, 1980, in Clovis, California, with 12 professional bankers and beginning assets of $2,000,000. Currently, CVCB operates 17 full-service offices in Clovis, Fresno, Kerman, Lodi, Madera, Merced, Modesto, Oakhurst, Prather, Sacramento, Stockton and Tracy, plus Commercial, Real Estate, SBA and Agribusiness Lending Departments. Investment services are provided by Investment Centers of America, and Central Valley Community Insurance Services, LLC, provides financial and insurance solutions for businesses and individuals. Now with over 230 employees and assets of over $890,000,000 as of December 31, 2012, Central Valley Community Bank has grown into a well-capitalized institution, with a proven track record of financial strength, security and stability. Yet despite the Bank’s growth, it has remained true to its original “roots” – a commitment to its core values of integrity, trustworthiness, caring, loyalty, leadership and teamwork.
Central Valley Community Bank distinguishes itself from other financial institutions through its 33-year track record of strength, security, client advocacy and the unchanged values that have guided the Bank since its opening. The Bank’s unique brand of personalized service has expanded as the operation has strategically grown throughout the San Joaquin Valley. Guided by a hands-on Board of Directors and a seasoned senior management team, CVCB continues to focus on personalized service and customer and employee satisfaction. The Bank has remained committed to the ongoing addition and retention of high-quality employees, as evidenced by participating and being honored twice by the Business Journal as one of the top four “Best Companies To Work For” in Central California’s six-county region in the large-sized business category.
Unparalleled Protection, Unbeatable Convenience
Central Valley Community Bank maintains state-of-the-art data processing and information systems, and offers a complete line of competitive business and personal deposit and loan products. Through FDIC insurance, customer deposits for all insurable accounts are protected up to $250,000.
For maximum convenience, Online Banking, Bill Pay and a full range of Cash Management and Remote Deposit services are available at www.cvcb.com. In addition, ATMs are available at most CVCB offices, BankLine provides 24-hour telephone banking, and extended days and banking hours are offered at select offices.
Success Built On "Relationship Banking"
Central Valley Community Bank has built a reputation for superior banking service by offering personalized “relationship banking” for businesses, professionals and individuals. Serving the business community has always been a primary focus for CVCB, which continues to expand its commercial banking team to serve even more customers. The Bank’s experienced banking professionals live and work in the local community, and have a deep understanding of the marketplace. As a result, the Bank has remained an active business lender and is proud to be ranked number one SBA 504 Lender for Fresno, Kings and Madera counties for 9 of the past 13 years. Offering a wide range of lending products, CVCB is committed to helping businesses thrive even in the toughest economic times.
The Bank is committed to increasing and enhancing its products and services, while emphasizing needs-based consulting within the branch environment. Serving both new and long-time customers continues to be an important factor in the Bank’s growth, as demonstrated in ongoing customer referrals. Dependable values and security have always been important to America’s banking customers, and CVCB is well-positioned to provide them, with an ongoing emphasis on privacy, safety and convenience.
Leadership Fully Invested in the community
The Bank is focused not only on individual customers, but also on investing in the communities we serve. Each year, the Bank donates time, expertise and financial support to a wide variety of local charities and philanthropies. Additionally, the Bank's management currently serves in over 80 different civic and philanthropic organizations in the Valley. This includes President and CEO, Dan Doyle, who currently serves on the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco's Twelfth District Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council, and is a Past Chairman of the Board for the California Bankers Association, among many other organizations.
A Proud Past, A Promising Future
Thanks to the vision of Central Valley Community Bancorp, as well as the leadership of its Board of Directors, CVCB has grown steadily and sensibly over the past 33 years, keeping pace with the needs of its customers and the communities it serves. All while retaining the local leadership and values that formed the Bank’s firm foundation. Central Valley Community Bank. Strong. Solid. Unchanging Values.
Investing In So Many Ways
At Central Valley Community Bank, we know the value of investing, and not just in the financial sense. In ways large and small, we’re deeply invested in the communities we call home. From business owners to community leaders, local philanthropies to worthy projects, wherever good ideas need help to take root, we’ll be there. Whatever it takes to make the Central Valley a better place to live, work and raise families. That was a forward-thinking philosophy when we were founded in 1980. And now, 32 years later, our commitment is stronger than ever.
We are happy to review any written requests from 501 C3 non-profit organizations in the markets that we serve. We attempt to give to organizations that can help meet the greatest needs in our community each year. Central Valley Community Bank prefers to give contributions to operating and project requests, and less to capital campaigns.
Central Valley Community Bank
7100 Financial Drive, Suite 101
Fresno, CA 93720
(559) 323-3310 FAX
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