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Security Bank of California Appoints Chief Compliance Officer

Security California Bancorp, the holding company for ""Security Bank of California"":http://www.securitybankca.com headquartered in Riverside, announced the appointment of Dolly L. Nugent as SVP and chief compliance officer. She is also a member of the bank's strategy and planning committee and oversees its Bank Secrecy Act Program.


""As the regulatory environment continues to evolve, Dolly and her team are committed to insuring that the entire bank remains focused on this area, particularly given our growth and outlook for the future,"" said James A. Robinson, chairman and CEO. ""We are proud of the contributions that Dolly will make as our chief compliance officer.""

Nugent is a certified regulatory compliance manager, a graduate of the American Bankers Association National Graduate Compliance School, and has over 25 years' experience in the area of compliance, mostly recently with American Security Bank in Newport Beach.

Security Bank of California was founded in 2005 by several members of the Inland Empire who shared a common vision that a bank should strengthen the local economy by making decisions locally, based on local values. Today, the bank operates branches in Riverside, San Bernardino, Redlands, and Orange, California, with loan production offices in Irwindale as well as Palm Desert.

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