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01/28/2014 Community West Bancshares Earns $3.1 Million in Fourth Quarter and $9.0 Million in 2013 Year Highlighted by Improved Credit Quality Metrics, Strong Loan Growth and Subsequent OCC Agreement Termination
01/27/2014 Community West Bancshares Announces Regulator Terminates Written Agreement for its Banking Subsidiary, Community West Bank
12/26/2013 Community West Bancshares Receives FRB Approval to Pay Preferred Dividends
10/24/2013 Community West Bancshares Earns $2.6 Million In Third Quarter Highlighted By 26% Decline In Nonaccrual Loans
07/25/2013 Community West Bancshares Earns $2.1 Million in Second Quarter
05/14/2013 Community West Bancshares to Consolidate Roseville SBA Administrative Office
04/25/2013 Community West Bancshares Earns $1.1 Million in First Quarter,Nonaccrual Loans Decrease 48% Compared to a Year Ago
01/29/2013 Community West Bancshares Earns $2.3 Million in Fourth Quarter, Nonaccrual Loans Decrease 33% Compared to Prior Quarter End, Results Highlight Continued Success of Turnaround Plan
10/30/2012 Community West Bancshares Achieves Profitability and Earns $613,000 in Third Quarter, Results Highlight Success of Operational Restructuring Plan
07/30/2012 Community West Bancshares Reports Second Quarter Results, Highlighted by Improved Credit Quality and Net Interest Margin Expansion
04/30/2012 Community West Bancshares Earns $819,000 in First Quarter 2012
02/29/2012 Community West Bancshares Announces Operational Restructuring
02/28/2012 Michael Phlaum Joins Community West Bank as Senior Vice President and Community Banking Officer
02/01/2012 Community West Bancshares Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End Results

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