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Beneficial State Bank (formerly One PacificCoast Bank, FSB & OneCalifornia Bank) is an Oakland, California-based community development bank. Founded by Tom Steyer and his wife, Kat Taylor, in June 2007, Beneficial State Bank functions as a regulated financial institution, but provides commercial banking services to underserved small and medium-size businesses, nonprofits, affordable-housing developers, community facilities, as well as families and individuals in the Bay Area. In January 2013, the bank acquired 90% of the stock of Albina Community Bank based in Portland, OR.

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  • Beneficial State Bank (formerly One PacificCoast Bank, FSB & OneCalifornia Bank) is an Oakland, California-based community development bank. Founded by Tom Steyer and his wife, Kat Taylor, in June 2007, Beneficial State Bank functions as a regulated financial institution, but provides commercial banking services to underserved small and medium-size businesses, nonprofits, affordable-housing developers, community facilities, as well as families and individuals in the Bay Area. In January 2013, the bank acquired 90% of the stock of Albina Community Bank based in Portland, OR.
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  • Beneficial State Bank (formerly One PacificCoast Bank, FSB & OneCalifornia Bank) is an Oakland, California-based community development bank. Founded by Tom Steyer and his wife, Kat Taylor, in June 2007, Beneficial State Bank functions as a regulated financial institution, but provides commercial banking services to underserved small and medium-size businesses, nonprofits, affordable-housing developers, community facilities, as well as families and individuals in the Bay Area. In August 2010, the bank signed an agreement to acquire Shorebank Pacific, a Washington-based community bank. Together the merged banks would have $300 million in combined assets and serve California, Oregon and Washington. In January 2013, the bank acquired 90% of the stock of Albina Community Bank based in Portland, OR.
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