Ken Mannina

Ken Mannina

Senior Vice President, Regional Sales Manager

(408) 556-8336

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Role and Experience:
Ken Mannina is Senior Vice President and Regional Sales Manager with the SBA and Real Estate Lending Division of Bridge Bank where he oversees a lending staff serving the San Francisco Bay Area. Ken has worked in Commercial Lending since 1987. Since joining Bridge Bank in 2002, he has originated over $200 million in loans.

Ken has worked on financing of commercial real estate projects throughout the state and the nation, including industrial, warehouse, office, R&D and condominium properties. Prior to joining Bridge Bank, he was a Business Development Officer with Greater Bay Bank for 10 years. Previous to that Ken held the position of Credit Officer with the San Francisco regional commercial banking office of Wells Fargo Bank. Ken has been an associate member of CAMB, NAIOP, and ASVB.

Outside Activities:
Ken enjoys getting outdoors and hiking when he’s not in the office, as well as spending time with his family.

Education:
Ken holds a BS in finance from San Francisco State University.

Why Bridge Bank?
“Bridge Bank marries the best of community banking with the technology and sophistication of big box banking. Bridge Bank line officers are experienced and conscientious, they serve their clients with purpose. They do this with a comprehensive menu of cutting-edge products and services that represent the best the financial services sector has to offer.”

Contact Info:
San Jose Office
55 Almaden Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95113
Phone: 408.556.8336


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