Ed Lambert

Senior Vice President, Senior Market Manager

(650) 462-8501

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Role and Experience:
Ed Lambert is a Senior Vice President at Bridge Bank with more than 30 years of experience in working with technology companies. He has worked with client companies at all stages of life, from early-state startup to IPO. Through his career, his client relationships have covered all aspects of technology, including such iconic companies as Cisco, Sybase, BioMarin, Atmel, CNET, Solar City and Pandora.

Outside Activities:
Ed currently serves on several advisory Boards, and is a Chevalier of the order of Knights of St. John of Jerusalem––a charitable organization founded in 1999. He participates in martial arts, enjoys skiing, is a big NASCAR fan, and in between it all is working on a book of poetry.

Ed holds a BA in history from UC Santa Cruz and an MBA in marketing from Santa Clara University.

Why Bridge Bank?
“Because Bridge is the only bank that offers two key combinations to their clients: 1) A virtual online banking system that works anywhere in the world there is Wi-Fi, backed up by a top-tier group of bankers who know you and are thus well able to help; 2) A commitment to relationships that begin with out of the box creativity addressing operational and credit banking needs and ends with the ability to provide solutions to most any issue that diverts our clients from focusing on growth. No other bank provides these kinds of services to clients at all stages of growth.”

Contact Info:
Palo Alto Office
2479 East Bayshore Road, Suite 270
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Phone: 650.462.8501

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