DiLuigi Joins Commercial Bank of California

Commercial Bank of California welcomes Jason DiLuigi as its Vice President of Corporate Banking. As VP, he will be responsible in providing a full range of business banking services to Orange County businesses that have superior management and are dedicated to above industry average profitable growth.

DiLuigi brings with him several years of banking experience. Before joining Commercial Bank of California, DiLuigi served as the Commercial-Bank-of-CaliforniaSBA Lending Manager at California Union Bank. Prior to that, he worked for over seven years at Premier Commercial Bank as Commercial Loan Officer.

“We are just at the beginning of building a new, transformative bank and Jason will be central to our effort,” said Ash Patel, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Commercial Bank of California. He added that since DiLuigi is a finance professional and an Orange Country entrepreneur, he is proficient to provide capital, banking services to their customers. DiLuigi is excited about working for the Bank, saying, “Commercial Bank of California will start to add a string of innovative products and services and I am excited to be able to deliver those new products to our corporate customer base to enable them to better achieve their goals.” He looks forward to bringing his expertise in major industries like manufacturing, hospitality, technology, and financial services to Orange County.

DiLuigi earned his Bachelor of Science, degree in Business Economics at the University of California.

About Commercial Bank of California
Commercial Bank of California is a full-service community bank headquartered in Costa Mesa, California. It operates two branches in Orange County to serve dynamic small- to large-sized businesses. For more information, go to www.combancal.com.

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