Jackson Joins Bridge Bank as SBA Group Manager

Bridge Bank welcomes David Jackson as he joins its SBA Lending Group as Senior Vice President and Group Manager. In his new role, Jackson will be responsible for managing SBA lending for the bank, including overseeing a team of relationship managers, credit analysts, and operations officer. He brings with him over 25 years of banking experience. Prior to joining Bridge Bank, Jackson served as Senior Vice President and Group Manager of Middle Market Lending for Comerical Bank.

According to Ralph Barnett, executive vice president and division manager of Bridge BridgeBank_LogoBank’s Real Estate Lending Division, “David has demonstrated the leadership and skills that will assist Bridge Bank in continuing to grow our SBA lending program.” He added that Jackson’s experience in business lending and crafting solutions for small businesses will allow the Bank to remain on top among banks providing the banking needs of clients.

Jackson looks forward to serving Bridge Bank. He said, “My career has focused on providing excellent business banking solutions and I look forward to continuing that tradition by providing value added solutions for SBA prospects and customers.”

Jackson obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and an MBA from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

About Bridge Bank
Bridge Bank is a full-service professional business bank founded in the highly competitive climate of Silicon Valley in 2001. It provides a broad range of financial solutions to meet the varied needs of clients across all stages — from inception to IPO and beyond. To learn more, go to the Bank’s website: www.bridgebank.com.

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