Business Client



Backed by a team of experts in key industries and specific areas of finance, we assist organizations such as Clearinghouse CDFI and Opportunity Fund supporting their efforts in lending and financing projects that bring local employment opportunities.

By helping small businesses get bigger and companies succeed, we create economic opportunities to improve the quality of life for low-to moderate-income families. Local Relationship Managers have the advantage of knowing and understanding the local landscape and can provide individually tailored services for our clients needs and preferences. Through innovative financial products and personalized services, Banc of California assists the growth of industries in the Southern California region.

Besides investing in the financial health of small businesses and entrepreneurs, our seasoned financial advisors provide high-quality expertise, consulting and education to help achieve long-term goals. Our areas of expertise include business planning, accounting, finance consulting, funding, lending and real estate lending.




I make it a point to understand a client’s business before proposing advertising solutions. Banc of California takes a similar approach, and that’s important to me.

Bruce Adlhoch
Owner, Creative Director, Adlhoch Creative, Inc.

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Jason Perry

It’s important that Banc of California is involved in the community. The fact that they are in the community and hands-on with it, felt like a perfect fit.

Jason Perry
CEO, Chasing Fitness

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I think the relationship that we have had with the bankers has just made my life easier, which allows me to focus more on my business.

Bodie Rasmussen
Owner, the Lost Bean & the Lost Vine

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focused on providing financial and educational support to local small and growing businesses, we help educate our community to make informed decisions.

ACCION San Diego

Accion is a nonprofit community lender dedicated to helping entrepreneurs generate income, build assets, create jobs and achieve financial success through business ownership. Their network serves small businesses in communities across the U.S. and is made up of four certified Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs).

Advancing the Seed, Inc.

Los Angeles, CA

they are a California-based nonprofit organization committed to creating a pathway of self-sufficiency for at-risk youth and unemployed or underemployed young adults. Their mission is to develop strong leaders for business and community engagement so that they can create financial stability for themselves, their families and their communities.

CDC Small Business Finance

CDC Small Business Finance is a not-for-profit lender providing capital to small businesses so they can expand, grow and create jobs in California, Arizona and Nevada. In 39 years, CDC has helped create over 182,000 jobs by leveraging more than $13.8 billion in loans to over 10,800 small businesses.


Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment. Their philosophy is that a steady job is a key step in a person’s transition out of poverty and onto a pathway to self-sufficiency. Chrysalis’s core employment services are designed to meet clients where they are and support them during every phase of their self-directed job search.

Jewish Free Loan Association

The Jewish Free Loan Association of Los Angeles offers interest-free loans on a non-sectarian basis to individuals and families whose needs are urgent and who may not qualify through normal financial resources. Interest-free loans instead of charity fill an important gap in our social system by promoting self-sufficiency with dignity.

Koreatown Youth and Community Center

Serving the evolving needs of the Korean American population in the greater Los Angeles area as well as the multiethnic Koreatown community, KYCC’s programs and services are directed toward recently immigrated, economically disadvantaged youth and families, and promote community socioeconomic empowerment.

Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce champions economic prosperity and quality of life for the Los Angeles region by being the voice of business, promoting collaboration and helping members grow.

Los Angeles Conservation Corps

Los Angeles, CA

Our primary mission is to provide at-risk young adults and school-aged youth with opportunities for success through job skills training, education and work experience, with an emphasis on conservation and service projects that benefit the community.

Los Angeles LDC, Inc

To provide needed debt or investment capital to develop and grow new, emerging or long-standing small and medium sized businesses throughout our targeted markets, loans and investments funded by the LDC shall be used to encourage additional private investment and stimulate job creation and/or retention in the greater Los Angeles region.

Minds Matter Los Angeles

Minds Matter transforms the lives of accomplished high school students from low-income families by broadening their dreams and preparing them for success in college and beyond.

National Asian American Coalition

Los Angeles, CA

The NAAC is a HUD-Approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit housing counseling organization with a focus on sustainable homeownership, job creation, small business and economic development. As the nation’s leading Asian American nonprofit advocating against foreclosures, NAAC advocates for greater economic and small business development and affordable housing as well as advancing the growing economic and social power of Asian Americans.

Opportunity Fund

Los Angeles, CA

Opportunity Fund provides loans to low- and moderate-income immigrants, women and other deserving but underserved small business owners. Seeing firsthand the ripple effect of such loans, businesses grow, jobs are added and healthier communities and families thrive.

Palomar College Foundation

San Marcos, CA

The mission of the Palomar College Foundation is to assure equal access to success for all Palomar College students by inspiring individual, business and foundation philanthropic support that helps remove financial barriers and provides essential educational resources. In addition to direct student support, the foundation’s mission includes support of college and faculty initiatives that enhance the educational experience of Palomar College students.

Taller San Jose

Los Angeles, CA

Taller San Jose (St. Joseph’s Workshop) provides disadvantaged young adults with the life skills and job training needed to live more productive and self-actualized lives. Taller San Jose gives young people who are unemployed, out of school, in and out of the criminal justice system and/or pregnant or parenting the chance to start over. The organization demonstrates an unwavering acceptance of others for whom and where they are on their life trajectories and is committed to empowering youth to realize their strengths and positively impact their futures.

Telacu Education Foundation

TELACU was established in 1968 as a pioneering institution committed to services, empowerment, advancement and creation of self-sufficiency.

UCI Foundation

Their mission is to create and disseminate vital, applicable research and knowledge concerning the creation, management and intergenerational transfer of wealth.

Youth Business Alliance

Youth Business Alliance is an organization that focuses on bringing critical 21st-century business skills and perspectives into the classroom by leveraging business partnerships and resources from the community.