Seacoast Commerce Bank
Ernesto Arredondo Jr. is the Executive Vice President, Chief Banking Officer for Seacoast Commerce Bank headquartered in San Diego, California. A 19-year financial services veteran, Arredondo oversees the national expansion of the Bank and its Commercial Specialty Deposits Business, and reports directly to the CEO. In 2016 and 2017, Arredondo was recognized as one of San Diego's 500 most influential business leaders by The San Diego Business Journal, and in 2015, San Diego Magazine awarded Arredondo with the prestigious Volunteer of the Year Award at the Annual Latino Impact Awards. In 2013, Arredondo was nominated and accepted into the Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers Program. He was also recognized as being one of the “Top 40 under 40” business executives within San Diego by the San Diego Metro Magazine. Additionally, Arredondo was invited to join the Stanford University Latino Entrepreneurship Board. Arredondo served as the Chair for the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce February 2016-January 2018. He currently serves on boards for Father Joe's Villages and The San Diego Police Foundation. A California native, Arredondo graduated from California State University, Los Angeles where he earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in international business. He held Investment series 6, 63, 26, licenses, in addition to life and health insurance licenses. Ernesto resides in San Diego with his wife Christina and his two daughters, Mia and Emma. In his spare time, Ernesto enjoys outdoor activities with his family.