Fremont Bank Names Terry Kane as Senior Trust Officer

FREMONT, Calif., May 1, 2014
Fremont Bank, a leading full-service community bank in California, announced today that Terry Kane has been appointed as senior trust officer.  In his new role, Kane will provide individual and business bank clients guidance in safeguarding, growing, and transitioning their wealth though estate and trust services, including trust administration and tax and estate planning.

Kane brings more than 25 years of experience as an advisor and legal counselor for businesses and families with both law firm and corporate in-house trust experience.  He previously held positions at First Republic Bank, U.S. Trust and Wells Fargo, as well as large and medium law firms including Overton Lyman and Prince in Los Angeles and the Ferrari Alvarez law firm in San Jose.  He is the author of “The Wise Planner,” a guide for families seeking to safeguard their wealth.

According to Kim Burdick, senior vice president, group executive of community banking, “Terry brings tremendous experience to our team in Trust Services. He will play an important role in expanding our ability to meet the wealth management needs of our valued clients.”

The decision to hire Kane reinforces Fremont Bank’s commitment to be the investment provider of choice for its banking clients.

About Fremont Bank 
Fremont Bank ( is a leading retail and commercial bank, California mortgage lender, award-winning top philanthropic business and consistently ranks in Bay Area News Group’s “Top Bay Area Workplaces.” Founded in 1964, Fremont Bank is one of the oldest independent family-owned and managed banks in the state and focuses on personalized service for clients. It has 18 branches across the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San Francisco, and Monterey with loan production offices in Sacramento and Los Angeles counties. Find Fremont Bank on Facebook at and on Twitter at @FremontBank
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