Dean Indot has had over 10 years of experience in commercial banking and finance, specifically in customer relationship management, business development, commercial credit analyses and underwriting, commercial real estate and mortgage lending, C & I financing, SBA financing and financial statement and cash flow analysis. As SVP, Senior Relationship Manager at Torrey Pines Bank, Indot is responsible for commercial lending and business banking relationships in the Los Angeles Region of the bank. Indot has an MBA from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management, with a concentration in corporate finance, entrepreneurial development and real estate investments.
Indot has a broad base of lending; his primary areas of specialty are in owner occupied, short-term bridge/turnaround, construction and stabilized commercial real estate, particularly in retail, office and mixed use asset types. With his background in finance, he also has strong experience in C&I lending, primarily in revolving lines of credit and non-real estate secured term debt. For example, for one family office client, he financed the business real estate acquisitions, providing unsecured line of credit for the principal, and established TPB as the primary bank for the family and all of their underlying businesses. The relationship today encompasses $7.5 million in loans and $6.5 million in deposits. Similarly, for an aviation client, Indot financed four helicopters via SBA 7A equipment financing, and currently in the process of moving the entire company’s operating and treasury management relationship from multiple banks.
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