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Company Overview of First Bank of Beverly Hills (FBBH)

Company Overview

First Bank of Beverly Hills (FBBH) services is a commercial bank that services the Beverly Hills, California area. In 2001, FBBH divested its Merchant Services division, which processes Internet credit card sales. The division was sold to an undisclosed acquiror. First Bank of Beverly Hills (FBBH) operates as a subsidiary of Wilshire Acquisitions Corporation.

23901 Calabasas Road

Suite 1050

Calabasas, CA 91302-1542

United States

Founded in 1979

Phone:

818-223-8084

Fax:

818-223-9742

Key Executives for First Bank of Beverly Hills (FBBH)

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