Torrey Pines Bank Welcomes Harrington as new VP

Torrey Pines Bank announced that the prominent San Diego banker Steve Harrington has joined the Bank as Vice President, Relationship Manager. Harrington brings with him more than 30 years of banking experience.

Harrington started his career in banking with Wells Fargo Torrey-Pines-BankBank and then joined First Pacific National Bank as a Commercial Loan Officer in 1994. Prior to joining Torrey Pines Bank, he was Senior Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer at a community bank in San Diego and held several senior level roles at financial institutions in Oceanside, San Marco, Vista, and Escondido.

In his new role, Harrington will focus on building relationships that help local businesses meet their financial needs. He is an expert when it comes to commercial banking, commercial lending, and credit analysis. Aside from serving banking institutions, the new VP has been a commissioner of the Vista Planning Commission for 10 years (2003-2013), and a past chairman of Vista Chamber of Commerce and Vista Economic Development Association.

Harrington earned his Bachelors of Arts degree in Mathematics, with a minor in Applied Physics, from the University of California in San Diego.

About Torrey Pines Bank
Torrey Pines Bank is a California commercial bank with the capacity to keep local business thriving. With California’s diverse economic and business environments, the bank is able to offer services to meet the unique challenges and opportunities faced by local entrepreneurs. Founded in 2003, Torrey Pines Bank provides customers direct access to experts who can help grow their businesses and the local economy as well. To know more, go to www.torreypinesbank.com.

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