Welcome to The Private Bank, Los Angeles

Realize a Better Path Forward

We combine experience and insights to enable our clients to see their financial future in new ways.

We invite you to schedule an appointment at 213-688-3750

We are located at 707 Wilshire Boulevard, Floor 53 in downtown Los Angeles

We are also pleased to serve you in our Beverly Hills, Brentwood, El Segundo, Encino, Pasadena, and Westlake Village locations.

Building parking is available at each location in the Los Angeles area.

Working with Us

Your success is our priority. We offer a team-based approach that starts with understanding your needs and developing a plan to help you meet your financial goals.

You benefit from:

  • Custom financial analysis, personalized advice, and comprehensive wealth planning
  • Relationship pricing and discounts
  • Assistance, where and when you need it, through The Private Bank Service Team
  • Our latest thinking: market commentary insights, webcasts, and special reports
  • Access to exclusive events

Our Capabilities

Our goal is to provide high-net-worth individuals and families with personalized wealth management solutions, including:

  • Wealth Planning
  • Investment Management
  • Family Dynamics
  • Social Impact Investing
  • Deposit and Cash Management Services
  • Custom credit strategies and solutions
  • Trust Services
  • Specialized Wealth Services, such as Business Advisory Services, Real Estate Asset Management, and Estate Services

Our Commitment to the Community

Los Angeles – June 9, 2020 – The Wells Fargo Foundation will deliver $9 million through the remainder of 2020 to bolster COVID-19 relief efforts in Los Angeles County. More than 170 nonprofits will receive grant funding to help address housing needs and homelessness, support small businesses, and provide emergency response aid for the region’s most impacted populations.

As part of Wells Fargo's $175 million national COVID-19 philanthropic strategy, these charitable donations will be allocated through expedited grant making and anchored around three focus areas: housing affordability, small business growth, and financial health.