California State Treasurer Fiona Ma recently appointed former Pleasanton banker Nancee Robles as executive director of the California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA).
The CPCFA “provides innovative, low-cost financing to California businesses, including by issuing tax-exempt private activity bonds for qualified waste and recycling projects, and other projects to control pollution and improve environmental performance. water supply, “according to Ma’s press release.
Currently a resident of Sacramento, Robles worked as a Senior Credit Supervisor and Senior Underwriting Trainer for Fireside Bank for over 17 years, most of those years spent in the Pleasanton office.
Robles then spent 11 years working for the state, as interim executive director of IBank, an agency that “funds public infrastructure and private development to promote jobs, the economy and quality of life. in California communities, ”the statement said.
Robles previously worked with CPCFA, managing the California Capital Access Program, which helps small businesses get loans and comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.