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Dennis G. Uyemura

Chief Financial Officer

California Bank & Trust

HQ Phone:  (858) 793-7400

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California Bank & Trust

11622 El Camino Real Suite 200

San Diego, California,92130

United States

Company Description

CB&T, a subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation (NASDAQ: ZION), is one of the largest banks headquartered in California with more than $11 billion in assets and nearly 100 branches statewide. CB&T provides a full array of financial solutions for businesses and indi... more

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Employment History

Chief Financial Officer

Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco


Consultant

Stern Stewart & Co.


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Board of Directors | Asian Americans Advancing Justice - LA

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Dennis Uyemura
California Bank and Trust (retired)


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Dennis Uyemura
California Bank & Trust


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Dennis Uyemura, California Bank & Trust


December « 2011 « BAMA

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Dennis Uyemura | Chief Financial Officer, California Bank
Since 1998, Dennis Uyemura has been the Chief Financial Officer at California Bank and Trust, an $11 billion regional bank with more than 100 offices statewide. CB&T is a subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation in Salt Lake City. From 1995 to 1998, Mr. Uyemura was a consultant at Stern Stewart and Company, New York. Prior to that, he held positions as the Chief Financial Officer at the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, Silicon Valley Bank, and First Interstate Bank of Washington. He started his banking career in the early 1980s by specializing in Asset and Liability Management at First Interstate Bancorp and Security Pacific National Bank, both in Los Angeles. Mr. Uyemura has been a regular speaker at the BAI Treasury Management Conference and is past chairman of the BAI Treasury Management Commission. He has also held faculty positions at the Pacific Coast Banking School, Pacific Rim Banking School, and the Graduate School of Banking. Mr. Uyemura has a M.B.A. degree from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management. He also holds A.B. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University


LAI KeyNotes: February 2012

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Our chapter's first meeting of the year rewarded attendees with a very informative professional presentation by Dennis Uyemura, Vice President, California Bank and Trust.
A packed house at the Pacific Club lead by our new President, Karen Davidson, MAI,CRE, listened as Mr. Uyemura presented a clear picture of the challenges facing our nation in an objective, unbiased program with historic data graphically supported with slides and handouts. Turning to the real estate market, Uyemura noted that home prices continue to trend downward and mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures continued above 12% through 2011 according to Mortgage Bankers Association statistics. Another graph of the results of a state by state study by CoreLogic in the second quarter of 2011 revealed the disturbing percentage of homeowners with negative mortgage equity. Nevada, Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Georgia and California all reported more than thirty percent of homeowners were underwater on their mortgages, Nevada and Arizona's numbers exceed 50%! Little wonder that many borrowers have simply stopped paying on their mortgages. Mr. Uyemura then turned the focus of his presentation to "Debt and Leverage" with a brief "History of Debt in the Economy". Mr. Uyemura presented Bureau of Labor Statistics data reporting Real Median Household Income in the U.S. (inflation adjusted) has been declining since 2007 with a slightly steeper decline in California since 2006 and is now below 1997-98 levels. An international GDP comparison by Mr. Uyemura pointed out that the U.S. is still the largest economy by a lot but the European Union 27 countries combined are larger than the U.S. China's GDP is growing but is only a third of that in the U.S. at the present time. Residential investment has been the driver of every recovery except the current one according to Mr. Uyemura. Mr. Uyemura concluded by offering "The Necessary Fixes"


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