Redwood Capital Bank Earns Super Premier Performing Rating

PRESS RELEASE – June 2, 2014

EUREKA, CALIFORNIA – On June 2, 2014, REDWOOD CAPITAL BANCORP (RWCB.OB), Humboldt County’s only locally owned and operated community bank holding company, announced that Redwood Capital Bank has been recognized as a “Super Premier Performing” bank by The Findley Reports, a publication that provides a comprehensive analysis and evaluation of California’s banking industry.

When ranking Redwood Capital Bank as “Super Premier Performing”, The Findley Report took into consideration Redwood Capital Bank’s elite ranking for total deposits, average total assets, net loan losses and other valuable financial information. This is the third time in the bank’s 10-year history to be listed as a “Super Premier Performing” bank. Other designations include: “Premier Performing” and “Commendable Performing.” Redwood Capital Bank has been included in The Findley Reports for eight consecutive years.

John Dalby, President and CEO of the company remarked, “We are honored to receive this accolade from such a prestigious publication. It further solidifies Redwood Capital Bank’s position as an industry leader. Since 2004, our Humboldt County based bank has met the community’s need for a truly local community bank offering North Coast businesses, individuals and families a relationship-based banking experience.”

For more information on The Findley Reports, please visit: For more information regarding Redwood Capital Bank, please visit our website at, contact Fred Moore, CFO, at (707) 444-9840, or stop by our headquarters and main office at 402 “G” Street, Eureka, California 95501.

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