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Torrey Pines Bank adds real estate development and construction risk manager

Greg Klima was named real estate development and construction risk manager for Torrey Pines Bank’s Carmel Valley office, the bank announced Wednesday.

Klima will be responsible for real estate investment due diligence, project analysis and cost validations, in addition to the management of construction loan funding and disbursement operations.

He will advise real estate development professionals on investing within the bank's footprint in San Diego, Los Angeles, Northern California, and development market areas in Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

He began his career in real estate investment in 1984 with a home building investment firm, where he continued on from there being directly involved with the development, management and monitoring of more than 200 project developments.

Klima earned his degrees at Washington State University and UC San Diego, in business administration, and urban planning and development, respectively.

He is involved with multiple industry associations, including Southern California Building Industry Association, Urban Land Institute, American Wind Energy Association, UCSD’s Alumni Association, Board of Athletics and Rady School of Management, in addition to several affiliations with real estate planning, development and investment related entities.

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Gary Cady

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