Community Bancorp of Santa Maria saw its net income decline 8.2% in the second quarter, as total assets and deposits increased. In a July 12 earnings statement, the bank reported net income of $1.3 million for the quarter ended June 30. In the same quarter a year earlier, Community Bank of Santa Maria reported net Read More →
Another round of the federal Paycheck Protection Program opened Jan. 11, and the region’s bankers expect the money to help a lot of small businesses that have been struggling through the pandemic and pandemic-related restrictions. “We understand the urgency and the difficulty the business community is experiencing,” said George Leis, president of Montecito Bank & Read More →
PennyMac Financial Services more than tripled its net income over the course of a year when it reported $535.2 million, or $7.03 per share, in its third quarter financial report, up from $121.5 million, or $1.51 per share, in the third quarter of 2019. The Westlake Village-based mortgage lender built on steam from a record Read More →
American Riviera Bank saw its net income rise sharply this year, with a 46 percent increase in net income in third quarter earnings year-over-year. The Santa Barbara-based bank reported $2.26 million in net income the quarter, or 45 cents per share. For the same quarter in 2019, the bank had $1.55 million in net income, Read More →
With mortgage rates at record lows and the homebuying and refinancing markets booming, PennyMac Financial Services, a Westlake Village mortgage lender, and its real estate investment trust both reported strong financial results on Aug. 6. PennyMac Financial Services announced a net income of $352.7 million for the second quarter of 2020, or $4.39 per share, Read More →
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