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Commercial Bank of California Moves Headquarters To Irvine

September 2, 2014

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) September 02, 2014

Commercial Bank of California, one of the most innovative and highest capitalized business banks in Southern California, has moved its main office in Orange County to Irvine.

The new location at 19752 MacArthur Boulevard features an innovative floor plan where clients conduct all of their business at universal banker stations instead of teller windows. The main banking area is open, airy and well-lit, with couches and oversized chairs designed to create a relaxed business environment.

The 10,000-square foot office also includes a meditation room, one of the first in banking. The meditation room is available to both clients and the more than 30 employees who work at the bank's new office.

The building was recently purchased by the bank's majority shareholder, the Meruelo Group. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

"Commercial Bank of California's new office better expresses its mission and values, and offers a unique banking experience and environment for clients and employees," said Ash Patel, President and Chief Executive Officer. "The amenities and inviting atmosphere at our new location will benefit our employees and enable us to better serve our clients."

The new office, located at MacArthur Boulevard and Jamboree Road, is five miles from the bank's previous headquarters near South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa. Commercial Bank of California also has an office in Brea at One Point Drive, Suite 100.

About Commercial Bank of California

Commercial Bank of California is a full-service community bank headquartered in Irvine, California with the mission of providing "Private Banking For Your Business." Delivering personalized, relationship-based banking, Commercial Bank of California has two branches in Orange County to serve businesses both small and large. Commercial Bank of California is an FDIC-insured institution and funds deposited in the bank are insured up to the FDIC's insurance limit of $250,000 per depositor. For more information, go to

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