IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CommerceWest Bank was a sponsor of Fight Night 2014, hosted by the Marconi Foundation for Kids. This year's event benefited Infinite Hero. Infinite Hero helps those who have risked their lives and rewards their sacrifice and bravery. They provide grants to innovative rehabilitation programs that address the unique needs of veterans and their families that are dealing with mental and physical injuries. This includes extensive medical treatment, rehabilitation, post traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury and other mental injuries. They strive to create strategies and solutions that have not yet been found to help the veterans.
Ivo Tjan, Chairman and CEO of CommerceWest Bank commented, "We could not pass up the opportunity to show our support for Infinite Hero. Many times our veterans and their families are left without resources to help them make transitions after serving for our country." He continued, "I don't think our veterans are thanked enough for their sacrifice, and this was a way for all of us at CommerceWest Bank to say thank you."
CommerceWest Bank is a California based commercial bank with a unique vision and culture of focusing exclusively on the business community. Founded in 2001 and headquartered at 2111 Business Center Drive in Irvine, CA, with Regional Offices servicing clients in Orange County, Riverside County, Los Angeles County and San Diego County. We are a full service business bank and offer a wide range of commercial banking services, including concierge services, remote deposit solution, online banking, lines of credit, working capital loans, commercial real estate lending, SBA lending, and cash and treasury management services.
Mission Statement: CommerceWest Bank will create a complete banking experience for each client, catering to businesses and their specific banking needs, while accommodating our clients and providing them high-quality, low stress and personally tailored banking and financial services.
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