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City National Bank

Los Angeles, CA 90071
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FDIC Certificate #: 17281
Reporting Date: 20130331

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City National Bank REO and Non Performing Loan Portfolio Info

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City National Bank makes the following types of loans

  • Residential Construction Loans
  • Commercial and Development Construction Loans
  • Commercial Real Estate Loans (Owner-Occupied)
  • Commercial Real Estate Loans (Non Owner-Occupied)
  • Farmland Loans
  • Multifamily and Apartment Loans
  • Residential 1st Position Loans
  • Residential Junior Postion Loans
  • HELOCs
  • Business Loans (C&I)
  • Consumer Credit Cards

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City National Bank FDIC Call Report

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