Opus Bank's expansion into new areas of lending helped pushed its loans up 44% in the second quarter from a year earlier.

The $4.3 billion-asset company in Irvine, Calif., reported Monday that it added nearly $340 million in loans in the quarter, with $230 million coming from its income property banking division and $32.5 million coming from its health care division. Total loans increased 8% from the previous quarter.

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