McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Roberto Martinez as Chief Financial Officer at Community Commerce Bank (CCB) serving as a central figure for the bank’s performance improvement initiatives. Roberto will be responsible for driving the bank’s financial performance goals through the operation of rigorous controls, execution of strategic initiatives, and the provision of advice and guidance.

Roberto brings over 11 years of accounting experience across a diverse set of industries. He joins CCB from SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park, where he served as Director of Corporate Accounting. Previously, he spent over nine years in public audit with BMO USA, LLP, where he partnered with clients in the banking, entertainment, retail, and manufacturing industries. Roberto received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from University of California, Santa Barbara and is a certified public accountant.

 Community Commerce Bank, formed in 1976, is part of The East Los Angeles Community Union (TELACU) family of companies. CCB prides itself on serving the financial needs of California residents through a wide range of loan products and deposit accounts. The bank specializes in commercial real estate loans, loans to non-profit and religious organizations, apartments, as well as other real estate loans regardless of reason, for both consumer and business purposes.

This executive search was completed by McDermott + Bull President Brandon Biegenzahn, Managing Director Courtney Dorrel, Executive Recruiter Mary Heiman, and Research Associate Aaron Bennett.