• Sean Puckett, Sr VP of Mechanics Bank Returns

    January 26, 2017

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    Photo of Sean PuckettRichard and Joe welcomed Sean Puckett Senior VP with Mechanics Bank to discuss what is going on with community banks, the local San Diego economic outlook, a banker’s “wish list” for legislative reform, and what to expect with banking legislative reform post-election. They also discussed the acquisition of California Republic Bank by Mechanics Bank.

    Mechanics Bank LogoOn October 1, 2016, Mechanics Bank announced the completion of their strategic merger with California Republic Bank. Mechanics’ 110+ year history of reputability plus California Republic’s accelerated success since inception in 2007 has produced California’s preeminent community bank. Mechanics Bank provides personal banking, business banking, trust and estate services, brokerage and wealth management services through thirty-three offices across Northern California.

    Boys to Men LogoThey also discuss Sean’s philanthropic efforts with Boys To Men a mentoring program serving middle school boys age 11-14, and high school boys age 15-17 identified by school administration to be at-risk of educational failure, dropping out of school, juvenile delinquency or gang-related offenses.

    Sean Puckett brings more than 15 years of banking experience to Mechanics Bank. Sean has been recognized by the San Diego Daily Transcript as a “Top 21 Young Influential”, as one of SD Metro’s “40 under 40”, and served as past President of the Strategic Trusted Advisors Roundtable and the Laurels for Leaders Foundation. Sean is a graduate of the University of San Diego and resides in Point Loma with his wife Catherine and their two boys.

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  • CPA Richard Muscio Speaks to San Diego Trust Lawyers for CEU Credits

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  • Vice-President of Charitable Organization Junior Achievement, Tara Michener

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    July 5, 2012
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  • Learn About Government Bond Debt: UBS Bonds and Securities Expert Thomas McLoughlin Talks on Internet Radio

    June 27, 2012
    Tom McLoughlin is Head of Municipal Research, leading research and strategy efforts within the municipal bond market. He currently serves as a member of the Wealth Management Research Management Committee. Prior to joining UBS, Tom spent more than 25 years in the public finance field, most recently as CEO of National Public Finance Guarantee Corporation. Prior ... Read more
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    June 23, 2012
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    June 20, 2012
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  • Kathy Kinane Title IX Article

    June 18, 2012
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