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People in Business: Vic Davis

June 30, 2008

Santa Cruz Sentinel


Victor Davis has joined Santa Cruz County Bank as senior vice president, chief financial officer and cashier. He will be based in the Watsonville office. Davis, who lives in Hollister, is a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School in Washington and studied business management at Wright State University. He has spent 29 years in community banking. Most recently, he was a senior level auditor and consultant for Bank Vision, a risk management consulting firm. He was senior vice president, chief financial officer and cashier of San Benito Bank for 10 years before it was acquired by Pacific Capital, holding company for First National Bank of Central California.

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