Credit Solutions

We offer a full-range of credit solutions, including:

  • Working and growth capital
  • Lines of credit
  • Term loans
  • Corporate credit cards
  • Secured facilities
  • Bridge loans
  • Equipment financing and more.
All offers of credit are subject to credit approval
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Additional Client Types

In addition to the types of clients listed on this site, we also serve the following:

  • Title and escrow services
  • Entertainment and hospitality providers
  • Healthcare services
  • Property managers and management companies
  • 1031 Exchange facilitators
  • Taft-Hartley trust administrators

Personal Banking

In addition to our business banking solutions, we also offer Bridge Bank clients a suite of personal banking products, including deposit and lending solutions—contact us to learn more.

For more information on our home equity loans & lines of credit, connect with one of our Mortgage Loan Originators. You can learn more about each Mortgage Loan Originator by visiting the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry and entering the Mortgage Loan Originator's license number.

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Other Financial and Cash Management Solutions

Checking and Money Market Accounts, Funds Transfer, Foreign Exchange and Currency Hedging, Business eBanking (full suite of online banking services), Smart Deposit Express (remote deposit), Bridge Investment Services*, Merchant Card Services, Lockbox, Global Cash Management, and more.

Merchant Services are provided by TransFirst, a TSYS Company under an agreement with Western Alliance Bank. *Nondeposit investment products are not insured by the FDIC, are not obligations of, or guaranteed by Bridge Bank or Western Alliance Bank; and will subject the purchaser to investment risk, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.

Featured Clients & Client Case Studies

  Blue & Gold Fleet Case Study

“The only bank that was willing to look at our workout plan if we didn’t get the contract was Bridge Bank. After looking at the workout plan and deeming it a reasonable and viable plan, they completely discounted the downside risks if we didn’t get the contract. The other banks didn’t do that. The other banks looked at the downside risk as real risk, never bothered to ask about the workout plan and never bothered to ask us to walk them through it.” ~Taylor Safford and Carolyn Horgan, Blue & Gold Fleet
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Video - Blue and Gold Fleet

When Bridge Bank came in, they introduced us to a large number of members of their team. Other banks just came in with a sales guy and one bank executive. We got to meet people that we were going to be involved with directly, right from the get-go. It was a different approach. It wasn’t just a vice president and a sales guy and that’s it.
- Taylor Safford and Carolyn Horgan, Blue & Gold Fleet
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