Bank News:

We are proud to announce our name change is complete and we're now CalPrivate Bank.

Same great people, same great services.

How do I...?

Authorize an Electronic Transaction to my account

Use your 10 digit account number and our Routing-Transit Number: 122244029. You should not include a check number.

Receive an Incoming Wire (domestic)

Please contact your branch for specific instructions.

Report a lost Card

To report a lost or stolen ATM or Debit Card issued by CalPrivate Bank:

  • during normal business hours
    contact 619.437.1000.
  • in the evenings, on weekends and holidays
    please call 1.877.CANCEL1 (1.877.226.2351).

Reorder my Checks

You can reorder your printed checks in several ways. You can send us the reorder form that is included in your current box of checks, or choose a different design by visiting our office or by visiting our check printer's website.

Online Personal Check reorders
Business Check reorders

Change my Address

To change an address we require original signatures of all account holders. Please visit our office or call us at 619-437-1000.

Sign up for E-Statement

E-Statements are delivered faster and more securely than paper statements by mail.

  • Personal account holders can request or view E-Statements from our Online Banking System by clicking on the E-Statement button.
  • Business account holders can request or view E-Statements from within Business Online Banking by clicking on the Online Services Button.

Open a Safe Deposit Box

We offer full security Safe Deposit Boxes inside our Coronado Office and La Jolla Office vault. Click here for pricing and more information.

Sign up for Online Banking

Consumers click here to register for Online Banking.
Businesses may visit our office to sign up or Contact Us for more information.

Reset My Online Banking Password after normal banking hours

Consumers may use the Forgotten Password Feature by answering your personal security questions. Click here.

Calculate my FDIC insured balances for multiple accounts

You can use the FDIC's Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator to calculate the insurance coverage of your accounts.

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