Bank of Commerce, San Diego, is wrapping up a $5.38 million preferred stock offering that officials at the expansionist bank hope will boost SBA lending.

The $258 million-asset bank has grown more than 85% in the last year, largely because of its decision in 1993 to hold on to the loans originated by its three-state SBA lending arm instead of selling the loans in the secondary market.

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