Presidio Bank in San Francisco has added longtime California banking executive James Westfall to its board of directors. He will serve on the bank's audit and asset liability committees.
Westfall is currently the principal of WALT Systems, a California-based consulting firm he founded that specializes in loan pricing and loan pricing models.
Westfall spent 12 years as the chief financial officer at three financial services companies, including four years for Greater Bay Bancorp, a $7 billion-asset bank holding company that was acquired by Wells Fargo in 2007.
For 15 years he held senior treasury positions at Bank of America, where he concentrated on interest rate, liquidity, and capital risk management and control.
"Jim's extensive finance and treasury experience will be a major resource to our Board as the Bank continues its growth," said Jim Woolwine, Presidio's chairman, said in a news release.
The $542 million-asset Presidio operates five offices in the San Francisco Bay area.