Harter, DiVita join City National Bank

City National Bank, which acquired Imperial Capital Bank and 1st Pacific Bank during the past year, has named new branch managers. Among them are:
• Tony DiVita, senior vice president and branch manager for City National’s University Town Center branch in La Jolla. He has more than 30 years of experience and was formerly regional manager and director of marketing for 1st Pacific Bank in San Diego
• Jennifer Harter, vice president and branch manager of City National Bank’s La Jolla branch. She was formerly with U.S. Bank/San Diego National Bank and has been a community banker in San Diego for many years.

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