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Torrey Pines Bank names SVP of corporate banking

Torrey Pines Bank, the California division of Western Alliance Bank, an affiliate of Western Alliance Bancorp., has named Marcus A. Di Fiore as senior vice president of corporate banking.

Di Fiore will work from the bank’s Carmel Valley office and report to John Maguire, president and COO of the bank.

Di Fiore will lead the bank’s corporate banking division in addressing the needs of mid- and large-sized companies, including with services and products that address their deposit, growth, merger and acquisition, partnership, buyout and other needs.

Di Fiore draws on 12 years of experience in the financial services industry, working on business development, relationship management and underwriting in private, business and commercial banking. For the past six years, he was responsible for developing middle market credit and deposit relationships. Prior to that, he held relationship management and business development roles at financial institutions in the Phoenix metropolitan area and in Chicago.

Di Fiore is chairman of the Board of the Tariq Khamisa Foundation. He was a board member and micro lending consultant from 2009 to 2011 at San Diego-based nonprofit, Mabuhay Alliance. He received his bachelor of business administration in accounting from Texas Southern University.

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