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Jonathan E. Matalon

Chief Financial Officer \ Executive Vice President

National Bank of California

HQ Phone:  (310) 882-4800

Direct Phone: (626) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.com

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National Bank of California

12121 Wilshire Blvd Ste 101

Los Angeles, California,90025

United States

Company Description

National Bank of California, an Equal Opportunity Employer, headquartered in Los Angeles since 1982 and currently has four regional offices in Sherman Oaks, Costa Mesa, Los Angeles in the Fairfax area and our headquarters office and administrative offices in w... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Financial Officer \ Executive Vice President

California General Bank


Financial Management Positions

Fortune 100 corporation


Chief Financial Officer \ Senior Vice President

Professional Business Bank


Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer - Cashier

First State Bank of Southern California


Web References(7 Total References)


Professional Business Bank - Senior Management

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Jon Matalon - Senior Vice President and Chief Financial OfficerJonathan E. Matalon,Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.A graduate of the USC School of Business and a CPA, Jonathan Matalon brings over 25 years of progressively responsible experience in both public accounting and the financial services industry.For the past 10 years, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer-Cashier for First State Bank of Southern California.While at First State he also functioned as the Corporate Secretary and was an active participant of the ALCO, Audit, Compliance, Loan and Y2K Committees.Prior to First State, Mr. Matalon served in Financial Management positions at a Fortune 100 company, a $6 billion Savings and Loan, and Real Estate Development companies.Mr. Matalon's diversified career gives him the balanced perspective critical to effectively interacting with the community, vendors, regulators and external auditors, and to successfully take-on the challenges ahead.Mr. Matalon's expertise and track record of accomplishments make him an invaluable asset to the Bank.


Press Release - January 20, 2006

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Jon Matalon, Chief Financial Officer, 626-395-7000.


Press Release - March 9, 2005

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CONTACT: Jon Matalon, Chief Financial Officer, 626-395-7000.


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CONTACT: Jon Matalon, Chief Financial Officer, 1-626-395-7000.


Beginning a new life: Welcoming new Catholics | The-Tidings.com

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For Jon Matalon, chief financial officer of Professional Business Bank in Pasadena, his baptism and reception of the sacraments of Holy Communion and confirmation at St. Finbar Church in Burbank at the Easter Vigil is a milestone in a journey of faith that started long ago.The son of a Jewish father and an Episcopalian mother, Matalon, 51, grew up with his two siblings sharing a belief in God."God always had me," said Matalon.His dilemma was deciding which religion to practice. His parents divorced when he was 12, and two years later his maternal grandmother and mother arranged for a baptismal ceremony for Matalon and his sister and brother.Conflicted about choosing Christianity, Matalon declined to participate.He remembers watching the ceremony from the back of the church."God was something out on the periphery," he described.In his thirties, he met and married Deborah, a Catholic single mom with two children.In 1990, they became the parents of twins, Abraham and Rebecca, and "there was no question that they would be raised Catholic," said Matalon.He frequently attended Mass with his family, and, over the years, noticed how much comfort the parishioners received from their faith.At the encouragement of his wife, he had several discussions with Father Tom Cook, then serving as an associate pastor at St. Finbar, who eventually asked Matalon if he was ready to "go the next step" and enter the inquiry class. "Something told me to do it," said Matalon, who said he has learned a lot about Christ's mission during his year-and-a-half Christian Initiation process of formation.Matalon described RCIA as a "good process" since faith is discussed and shared on an adult level.He urges prospective converts experiencing reservations to "ignore outside influences and go with heart and mind" into the process."Don't restrict yourself to others' beliefs," he counseled.His family has been active participants in the process with Deborah acting as her husband's baptismal sponsor and the twins quizzing their dad on his knowledge of the Catholic faith.His sister (who converted to Catholicism a decade ago), his mom, uncle and older daughter are coming to attend his Easter Vigil reception into the Catholic Church."I'm a little nervous," admitted Matalon."Is lightning going to strike?"he half-jokingly wonders.Reflecting on his RCIA experience and upcoming initiation into the Catholic Church, he's grateful that he made the decision to become a Catholic now, at mid-life, "when you still have time to open your eyes and experience Christ."


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