History of Los Angeles National Bank
Founded in 1973, Los Angeles National Bank (LANB) is one of the oldest Chinese-American banks serving the Southern California community.
Originally a one branch bank that was located along Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles, LANB expanded in 1977 when we acquired the assets of a financial institution that was located within the Echo Park/Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
In 1983, LANB further expanded by opening our third branch, this time in the city of Monterey Park.
Shortly thereafter, in 1984, we closed our flagship branch and moved the company’s headquarters to its present day location in the city of Buena Park, located in Southern California’s Orange County.
In May 2010, we continued our vision of growth by opening a branch in the community of Rowland Heights, raising the number of our full-service branches to four.
As of the close of 2011, LANB had assets of $193 Million and consisted of four branches located within the Orange and Los Angeles counties of beautiful Southern California.
Los Angeles National Bank’s dedication to providing quality products, as well as our reputation for providing high-level customer service, has enabled us not only to survive, but prosper in the very competitive Southern California financial market.
With the continued support of our customers and the dedication of our employees, Los Angeles National Bank looks forward to continued growth and prosperity while serving the needs of our communities.
On May 17, 2013, Los Angeles National Bank merged with Royal Business Bank, four branches of Los Angeles National Bank will be operating as a division of Royal Business Bank till the completion of conversion. After conversion, they will become branches of Royal Business Bank.
Prior to the conversion, you will continue to login all your online accounts with Los Angeles National Bank. After conversion, then your Los Angeles National Bank accounts will be available via the online login portal on Royal Business Bank.
To find out more information about Royal Business Bank, please click here to visit the Royal Business Bank. For more information about the merger between Los Angeles National Bank and Royal Business Bank please click here.
Los Angeles National Bank Financial Reports
2011 and 2010 Statements of Earnings