David Frosh is a Managing Partner of Fidelity Bancorp Funding since March 2020.
From 2009 – 2019 David served as managing partner and co-founder of Irvine, Calif., based, Center Street Lending, which expanded to one of the nation’s largest specialty real estate lenders. From 2004 – 2010 David was managing partner of Whiskey Hill Partners, an early-stage investment firm also based in Irvine. Whiskey Hill Partners funded and sold multiple early stage companies, creating more than $50 million in value for its investors.
From 2002 – 2006, David served as President of Sperry Van Ness Commercial Real Estate in Irvine, Calif. Under his leadership, the company rapidly expanded from nine markets in three U.S. states, to more than 165 markets in 36 states. During that time Sperry Van Ness grew its annual revenues from $15 million to $150 million, while adding over 1,200 real estate agents.
Prior to joining Sperry Van Ness, David served as President of CAM Commerce Solutions (NASDAQ:CADA), a software provider focused on point-of-sale, inventory control, and credit card processing, based in Fountain Valley, Calif. During his tenure, the company’s market capitalization increased more than 20x, and Fortune Magazine named the company twice “One of the Nation’s 50 Fastest Growing Small Cap Public Companies.”
From 1992 – 2000, David served as regional vice president of national accounts for Automatic Data Processing (ADP), based in Morristown, New Jersey.
David has served as a board member for Pacific Union Real Estate, EV Roberts Chemicals, Evans Manufacturing, California Stem Cell Research, Sellers Advantage, CAM Commerce Solutions, Cabo Chips, and the Navy Seal Family Foundation.
He also has served as an adjunct professor of marketing for the MBA program at Pepperdine University for six years, and has been an active member of the Young Presidents’ Organization for the past 26 years.
David holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Central Michigan University, and an Executive MBA from Claremont Graduate School, where he had the privilege to study under Peter Drucker for two years.