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Company Overview of The Private Bank of California

Executive Profile

Richard A. Smith

Executive Vice President and President of Private Banking, The Bank of California, National Association
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Background

Mr. Richard A. Smith serves as President of Private Banking at Banc of California, N.A. Mr. Smith has been Executive Vice President and President of Private Banking at The Bank of California, National Association since December 31, 2013. Before joining the Bank, Mr. Smith was co-founder of The Private Bank of California (Private Bank) and served as President since October 2005. Before founding Private Bank, from 1995 to 2005, Mr. Smith was initially a Senior Vice President, ...

Corporate Headquarters

10100 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90067

United States

Phone: 310-286-0710
Fax: 310-286-6609

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President and Director

Education

Bachelor's Degree
University of Denver

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