Bridge Bank Managing Director, Equity Fund Resources Michael David

Michael David

Senior Vice President, Equity Fund Resources

(650) 276-7670

[email protected]

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Role and Experience:
Michael David serves as a senior resource to Venture Capital & Private Equity funds, their partners and portfolio companies. Michael provides lending and depository services to funds, creates artful lending solutions for their portfolio companies and through our regional network, and serves as a networking and information resource.

Michael has a bachelor’s in Business from University of Oregon (Go Ducks!) and International Business Program at Stichting Nijenrode in The Netherlands.

Outside Activities:
Michael is a pinot noir aficionado, amateur cyclist, scuba diver, grillmaster & overall "foodie."

Community Involvement:
Supporter of education initiatives (former president of Menlo-Atherton Foundation for the Future), financial literacy (Board Member of Able Works in East Palo Alto), and community healthcare access (Ravenswood Health Clinic in East Palo Alto supporter).

Why Bridge Bank?
Recent merger with Western Alliance provides a strong platform to build a long term venture capital & private equity fund services business. "I have always liked to build new business practices, forming quality teams and executing to success."

Contact Info:
Menlo Park Office
2735 Sand Hill Rd., Suite 210
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Phone: (650) 276-7670

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