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Financial Institutions
In the Central San Joaquin Valley--ranked by total local deposits as of March 31, 2015; if tied, by number of local net loans.
2015
2014
Main branch of institution
Street Address
Telephone
Fax
Local deposits as of 3-31-2015

Total net loans
assets
deposits
net income
Total equity capital
Interest margin
Recent CRA rating
Return on average assets as of 3-31- 2015
# of employees
Full/part-time
# of local
offices
ATMs
Year founded locally
Parent companyTop local executive
1
()
Wells Fargo
8405 N. Fresno St.
Fresno, CA
437-3151
437-3130
$3 bil.
WND
WND
WND
WND
WND
WND
Outstanding
WND
WND
WND
25
69
1872
Wells Fargo
Sandy Raco, Central Valley president, Ernie Pineda, South Valley pres, David Galasso, Cen Ca reg pres
2
(2)
Bank of the Sierra
86 N. Main St.
Porterville, CA
888-454-BANK
782-4994
$986 mil.
$1 bil.
$2 bil.
$1 bil.
$4 mil.
$216 mil.
4%
Satisfactory
1%
378
86
20
27
1977
Sierra Bancorp
Kevin McPhaill, president/CEO
3
(4)
Premier Valley Bank
255 E. River Park Cir., Ste. 180
Fresno, CA
438-2002
432-0572
$561 mil.
$389 mil.
$647 mil.
$561 mil.
$2 mil.
$71 mil.
4%
Satisfactory
1%
81
25
2
4
2001
Heartland Financial, USA
J. Mike McGowan, CEO, Michael W. Martinez, pres., Frank Walter, president/CEO
4
(NR)
Westamerica Bank
2150 West Shaw Ave.
Fresno, CA
800-848-1088 or 437-4914
559-439-5364
$407 mil.
WND
$5 mil.
$4 mil.
$14,698
$491,108
3%
Satisfactory
2%
WND
WND
16
10
1864
Westamerica Bancorporation
Robert Baker, regional VP, Jim Christofferson, VP/marketing
5
(8)
Fresno First Bank
7690 N. Palm Ave.
Fresno, CA
439-0200
439-0290
$239 mil.
$168 mil.
$265 mil.
$239 mil.
$646,000
$25 mil.
4%
Satisfactory
1%
34
1
1
1
2005
Communities First Financial Corporation
Richard Whitsell, pres/CEO, Steve Miller, president/CEO

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