Dollars and cents usually take center stage when a bank reports its quarterly results to investors.
But Wednesday’s investor relations call reporting the first-quarter results of Santa Rosa-based Luther Burbank took a different turn.
CEO and President Simone Lagomarsino said the pandemic inspired bank employees to make welfare checks of their customers — whose average age is 68.
That’s 40 employees calling more than 1,800 customers.
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