About Westamerica Bank

Basic Information.

Westamerica Bank
1108 Fifth Avenue
San Rafael, CA 94901

Status: Active

4 client reviews-Westamerica Bank scored 3.5 out of 5.

Concentration:All Other Specialization > 1 Billion
Established:1884-02-24
FDIC Insurance:1934-01-01
FDIC Cert:#3430
Holden By:Westamerica Bancorporation
Charter Class:Commercial bank, state charter and Fed member, supervised by the Federal Reserve (FRB)
# of Branches:92, ranked #97
Website:www.westamerica.com
Total Assets:$4,961,763,000, ranked #199
Total Deposits:$4,371,310,000, ranked #186
Total Equity Capital:$483,633,000, ranked #225
Total Domestic Deposits:$4,371,310,000, ranked #185
Net Income:$44,625,000, ranked #180
Quarterly Net Income:$14,984,000, ranked #179
Return on Assets:1%, ranked #958
Quarterly Return on Assets:1%, ranked #1072
Return on Equity:12%, ranked #1238
Quarterly Return on Equity:12%, ranked #1353

Routing Numbers.

In our record, Westamerica Bank has a total of 3 routing numbers.

Routing NumberProcess FedACHProcess FedwireLocationRegistered Name
121140218YYSuisun City, CAWestamerica Bank
121141000YNSuisun City, CAWestamerica Bank
121141615YNSuisun City, CAWestamerica Bank

4 thoughts on “About Westamerica Bank”

  1. luv the people at westamerica, they take TIME, to help, ALWAYS kind,..PATTY the BEST, they MAKE you fell at home, up there..SHE even fixed a MAJOR prblem that i WAS havin with CUSTOMER SERVICE.. PATTY fixed it for me..there’re the BEST..

  2. We have been banking with Westamerica in Kelseyville since before they changed from Bank of Lake County, a total of about 20 years. The tellers there are very friendly and helpful and were of great assistance in dealing with my mom’s trust when she passed away. I’m very sorry to be having to close my account there because we have moved to Shasta County where there is no branch. I will miss them a lot!

  3. After 36 years of banking with a local bank, mostly because they were the only ones in town, but also because of wanting to go with the “little guy” rather than Bank of America, the Guerneville branch of this bank has lost us at last. Their customer service has deteriorated to the point where it feels pretty much like they think it is their money instead of mine. It is heartbreaking to have something so local feel so utterly disconnected. A 2009 post mentions a “hometown feel”. Boy, that’s gone for sure now. No teller has been there long enough to know a bank robber from a school teacher, or to extend courtesy and recognition to long time customers. Being asked for ID repeatedly when making DEPOSITS? Being asked who the person who wrote you a now endorsed check is? ( and show id?). We don’t do online banking, used to like the “personal touch”, but if you live in or around Guerneville, go with the Credit Union.

  4. After 20 years of holding my money, they are now charging me more in service fees than I am getting in interest, so I am saying sayanara. That’s the way it goes…they are losing their donut fund…

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