Bob D

Bob D'Acquisto

Senior Vice President, Market Manager

(415) 508-2507

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Role and Experience:
Bob D'Acquisto has over 18 years of finance, technology and sales/business development experience. He has worked with a wide array of technology and non-tech small- and middle-market companies in all stages of development. Bob was most recently with AvidBank as Senior Vice President in the bank’s Corporate Finance group. Prior to that, Bob was a Founder and Managing Director of Snowbird Capital, a private equity mezzanine fund, and was a Vice President with First Capital, an asset-based lending finance company. Bob has also founded and worked with early- and late-stage technology software companies.

Outside Activities:
Bob is a member of the Association for Corporate Growth, the Commercial Finance Association, the Turnaround Management Association, and is a founding member of the San Francisco chapter of Opus Connect. He is an avid sportsman, counting marathon running, skiing, snowboarding and golf among his favorite activities. Somehow, he also finds time to volunteer for his church and various community causes.

Bob holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Santa Clara University; while there, he served on the Board of the Young Entrepreneurs Organization.

Why Bridge Bank?
“The people at Bridge Bank are what make it special.”

Contact Info:
San Francisco Office
201 Spear Street, Suite 1700
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: (415) 508-2507

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