Bank of Sacramento

Our Vision

By focusing on serving the small to medium sized businesses in our marketplace, Bank of Sacramento intends to be the very best business bank in the Greater Sacramento area.

Our Mission

We provide customized financial services to businesses, professionals, and individuals who prefer a high degree of personalized attention.

Our History

Bank of Sacramento opened its doors on July 13, 1998 at 1750 Howe Avenue in the Point West area of Sacramento.

The genesis of the Bank actually occurred almost a year earlier. A group of local business people concluded that the financial needs of local businesses, and the people who own and run them, were not being adequately met by existing institutions.

The wave of mergers and acquisitions meant banks whose primary purpose was to provide exceptional customer service and to establish long-term relationships were quickly disappearing.

The organizers of Bank of Sacramento established a banking company that specializes in delivering an exemplary level of personal service along with the products and services that fit your needs.


TelePacific is a facility based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier headquartered in downtown Los Angeles. In business and growing since 1998, the company is the largest competitor to AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink in its California and Nevada footprint. It provides telecom services on its own switches and network infrastructure and employes more than 1,100 employees in 40 regional offices and call centers.

A private company, TelePacific’s executive team has been in the public eye for decades. CEO Dick Jalkut has nearly four decades of top experience in the telecom industry. He served as president, CEO, and chairman of NYNEX Telephone Companies, which included New York Telephone, New England Telephone and the NYNEX Service and Technology companies. During his 32-year tenure with NYNEX and its predecessors, Jalkut oversaw the voice, data, Internet and usage services of NYNEX’s seven state operation.

TelePacific is in an enviable financial position, holds monthly governance meetings, and utilizes an audit committee that includes former California Governor Pete Wilson.

AGC Nevada

AGC Nevada is committed to improving the profitability of its members through excellent service delivery in Safety and Health, Government Relations/Legislation Employee and Labor Relations, and Education and Training through our commitment to skill, integrity and responsibility.


AGC California

AGC California is committed to improving the profitability of its members through excellent service delivery in Safety and Health, Government Relations/Legislation Employee and Labor Relations, and Education and Training through our commitment to skill, integrity and responsibility.


Atlas Disposal Industries

The Best Choice for Managing Your Waste & Recyclables

Atlas Disposal Industries was established in March of 1998 in response to the new recycling mandates that were passed by the State of California. With a highly active team focused on educating local businesses about their recycling potential, Atlas emerged as the fastest growing waste and recycling removal company in the area. Today, Atlas Disposal is one of the largest waste and recycling service providers in Sacramento and by far the largest independently owned.

Local Provider, Distinct Advantage

Atlas Disposal has the advantage of local customer service and billing to respond quickly to any questions or concerns that customers might have. Our executive management team lives in Sacramento allowing us to make decisions quickly and decisively to react to our customers changing needs.

Our Sacramento-based recycling, removal, and garbage-collection services may be a perfect fit for your business

Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.

Founded in 1906 as a one-man scrap metal operation, Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc., has become one of the nation's largest recyclers of scrap metal, a leading provider of used and recycled auto parts and a manufacturer of finished steel products.

With an extensive national and global reach, the company achieved $1.9 billion in revenues in fiscal 2009 and was ranked #863 in the 2010 Fortune 1000 list of companies. Schnitzer Steel common stock is traded on the NASDAQ Stock Market under the symbol SCHN.

With corporate headquarters based in Portland, Oregon, the company is split into three vertically integrated business units, the Metals Recycling Business, the Auto Parts Business and the Steel Manufacturing Business.


National Equipment Register

After studying and identifying key issues with the equipment theft problem in the United States, David Shillingford founded the National Equipment Register in 2001. Through discussions with insurers, equipment owners and law enforcement it became clear that a significant improvement in the way information is shared between different segments of the equipment industry, their insurers and law enforcement was a critical and cost-effective part of the solution.

NER is designed to help facilitate information sharing with insurers, equipment owners, and law enforcement. We manage a custom-designed database that records equipment theft and ownership records, offers analytic tools and assistance to the insurance and law enforcement industry, quality-controls the equipment details of loss reports to ensure data accuracy, and employs a skilled team of equipment analysts with close industry contact.

NER obtains its funding from the insurance industry, HELPtech® registrations, and IRONcheck® service fees. NER does not collect recovery fees or act as a salvage company.