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A. Vincent Siciliano

President & CEO, 1st Pacific Bank of California

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A. Vincent Siciliano is president, chief executive officer and director of 1st Pacific Bank of California. Siciliano joined the bank in September 2001, 10 months after the bank's opening. Siciliano has over 20 years of commercial banking experience.

Just prior to joining the bank, he was a management consultant assisting companies with strategic planning and change management. From 1999 to 2000, he served as chief administrative officer of The Eastridge Group of Staffing Companies, San Diego's largest local staffing company. From 1997 through early 1999, he served as Chief Operating Officer of First National Bank. From 1995 to 1997, he served as president and chief executive officer of Danielson Trust Co., San Diego's largest local trust company. Prior to joining Danielson Trust Co., he served eight years as president and CEO of International Savings Bank. He also spent 10 years with Bank of America, where he managed corporate lending activities in San Diego, and worked seven years with Bank of America's Asian Division in Taiwan, Philippines and Singapore.

A. Vincent Siciliano

When Siciliano joined 1st Pacific Bank, he wanted to build a bank that would be known not only for its exceptional services, but also for its culture.

"That's what drew me here: the opportunity to work with a great board and colleagues and create a bank known for its workplace culture and focus on the customer experience," he said. "The result this produces is great customer service and shareholder value, which is what we call our triple bottom line; a great place to work, bank and invest."

Siciliano graduated from Stanford University and the University of California at Berkeley.

He has served as chairman of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the San Diego County International Trade Commission, and the LISC Affordable Housing Program. He has also served as a board member of the Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce, the San Diego Dialogue and several other civic organizations. On a national level, he has been a member of the board of governors of the Savings and Community Bankers of America and the Board of the California League of Savings Institutions.

Currently Siciliano is on the board of the Ken Blanchard Center for Faith Walk Leadership, serves as a board member of the Community Bankers of California, is on the Advisory Board of the International Community Foundations and is a sponsor and Advisory Board Member for the EMC Family Business Forum at San Diego State University.

Submitted by 1st Pacific Bank of California

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