Pacific Commerce Bancorp (PCBC) (the "Company"), the holding company of Pacific Commerce Bank (the "Bank"), announced today that Long T. Huynh has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of both the Company and the Bank. Mr. Huynh, a University of California, Santa Barbara graduate and CPA, has more than fifteen years in financial institution financial management. He most recently served as Chief Financial Officer of California Business Bank in Irvine, California.

Richard Koh, who has served as Chief Financial Officer since October 2006, announced his plans to pursue other interests as of July 31, 2016. When Richard joined the Bank in 2006 it had two locations and $100 million in assets. Today, the Bank has over $500 million in assets and operates six full service offices in two counties.

"We are very pleased to have someone with Long's experience join our executive management team," said Frank Mercardante, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. "His extensive experience in financial management will serve us well as we continue to execute on our growth initiatives. We thank Richard Koh for his years of dedicated service and wish him well in his new endeavors".

About Pacific Commerce Bancorp

Pacific Commerce Bancorp is the parent company for Pacific Commerce Bank. Pacific Commerce Bank operates six full-service branches in Los Angeles and San Diego Counties, including its wholly owned Division, ProAmérica Bank in Downtown Los Angeles. The Bank provides a complete array of deposit, treasury, cash management and loan banking solutions to small businesses, professionals and high net worth individuals from Los Angeles to the Mexican border. As a Preferred SBA Lender the Bank provides a full compliment of lending solutions to small businesses throughout Southern California. Pacific Commerce Bancorp's common stock is publicly traded on the Over the Counter Market under the ticker symbol "PCBC". For more information please visit our website at

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