IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pacific Trust Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Banc of California, Inc. (NASDAQ: BANC), is proud to announce that Michael Falce, Larry Maitlin and Judy Treichler have joined the Pacific Trust Bank to lead the Correspondent Lending Group recently added to Pacific Trust Bank’s Residential Lending Division.
Mr. Falce, Mr. Maitlin and Ms. Treichler bring over 60 years of combined mortgage experience to the platform, including experience developing, managing, and operating successful national correspondent lending platforms.
Jeff Seabold, the Managing Director of Pacific Trust Bank’s Residential Lending Division, stated “I am thrilled to welcome Michael, Larry and Judy to Pacific Trust Bank. They are proven, experienced leaders with a client-focused service model that will fit well as part of our new platform. Their clients -- whether banks, lenders or credit unions -- will benefit from Pacific Trust Bank’s Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae approvals, and the comprehensive government, conventional and non-agency lending products we make available in all fifty states on a mini-bulk or flow basis. Pacific Trust Bank’s Correspondent Lending Group seeks to purchase quality loans, prudently underwritten, from institutional partners who share our core values and responsible business practices.”
To obtain more information on Pacific Trust Bank’s Correspondent Lending Group, visit us at the MBA’s 100th Annual Convention and Expo in Washington, D.C. on October 27th – 30th or contact Larry Maitlin directly at Larry.Maitlin@pactrustbank.com, (973) 986-9323.
About Banc of California, Inc.
Since 1941, Banc of California, Inc. (NASDAQ: BANC) through its banking subsidiaries Pacific Trust Bank and The Private Bank of California, has provided banking services and home loans to businesses and families in California and the West. Today, Banc of California, Inc. has over $3 billion in consolidated assets and more than 60 banking locations.
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