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CBA Announces Election of Stan Ivie as Chairman of the Board of Directors

June 1, 2023

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California Bankers Association (CBA) today announced Stan Ivie, executive vice president, and chief risk officer of PacWest Bancorp and Pacific Western Bank, assumes the role of 2023-2024 chairman of the board of directors effective June 1, 2023.

“It is truly an honor to serve as Chairman of the Board of the California Bankers Association,” said Mr. Ivie. “CBA is an important resource for California bankers. The association advocates on behalf of the industry and provides bankers with critical resources to navigate the ever-changing banking landscape. In addition to the extraordinary advocacy efforts, the association supports members with wide-ranging education and training opportunities for bankers at every level. I look forward to supporting the association and its mission.”

Prior to joining PacWest Bankcorp and Pacific Western Bank in March of 2016, Mr. Ivie served as the regional director for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) San Francisco Region since April 2007. Prior to becoming the regional director for the San Francisco Region, he was the regional director for the FDIC’s Dallas Region. Before those appointments, Mr. Ivie served as the deputy director for the division of resolutions and receiverships, where he directed field operations nationwide for the division. He also served in an interim capacity as director of the Office of Public Affairs in Washington, D.C. He served in various capacities in Washington, including assistant director and senior congressional liaison for the resolutions division.

“We are honored to have Stan serve as chairman of our association,” said Kevin Gould, executive vice president, director of government relations of CBA. “He brings an important perspective to the position as a former regulator and as a banker, and we look forward to his leadership and guidance in the coming year.”

Mr. Ivie assumes the role of chairman from George Leis, president and COO of Montecito Bank & Trust.


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