Kimberly A. Rysyk

Senior Vice President, Team Leader
(408) 556-8392

Role and Experience:
Kimberly Rysyk has 20 years of real estate lending experience in the Bay Area. She joined Bridge Bank in June of 2005 as vice president, construction lender. Kimberly and her team provide expertise in a variety of credit products, including loans for land acquisition and development, owner-builder and speculative single-family residential construction, commercial property acquisition, building, build-to-suit, remodeling and multi-family dwelling construction. Prior to joining Bridge, Kimberly served as vice president, construction lender for San Jose National Bank (a division of Greater Bay Bank), assistant vice president at Comerica Bank and senior audit officer at Pacific Western Bank.

Outside Activities:
Kimberly enjoys cycling, skiing, traveling, wine tasting and cheering for USC’s much-lauded men’s volleyball team, on which her son plays.

Education:
Kimberly holds a BS from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

Why Bridge Bank?
“I enjoy working with our team of highly talented and experienced professionals. There is a confidence in knowing that together we can provide the best solution and service to our clients.“

Contact Info:
San Jose Office
55 Almaden Boulevard
San Jose, CA 95113

Phone: (408) 556-8392
Email: Kimberly.Rysyk@bridgebank.com
 

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