Regents Bank San Diego: An Asset to Neil, Dymott, Frank, McFall & Trexler

Regents Bank is a bank founded by entrepreneurs and has flourished because of our unique approach to assisting our clients reach their goals through a process we call “Consultative Banking”. We get to know, in detail, each of our clients short and long term goals and then we collaborate with them to develop strategies which will help them succeed in reaching those goals, and in turn increasing their profitability.

Neil, Dymott, Frank, McFall & Trexler, a highly successful San Diego law firm, and Regents Bank client, shares a similar philosophy. As stated on their website, www.neildymott.comscreen-shot-2016-09-13-at-11-07-51-am, “We have gathered an exceptional team of partners, associates and professional staff who possess a broad based foundation of knowledge which can be tailored to fit an individual client’s particular need. Our guiding philosophy is to establish a collaborative relationship with each client to jointly develop appropriate strategies.”

Firm Shareholder and Attorney Jim McFall talks about his firm’s relationship with Regents Bank San Diego and how the synergy between them has made a substantial impact on his firm’s success:

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