Santa Monica, CA
A native of Philadelphia and graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, Alan Indictor spent nearly 50 years leading successful mortgage, property development, and financial services companies in the Los Angeles area. In addition to his work in the business world, he served in the United States Air Force on active duty for two years and in the reserves for approximately 10 years as an Intelligence Officer, achieving the rank of Captain. Alan Indictor is currently retired.
Alan I. Indictor, who holds a banking certificate from Northwestern University, is well known in the real estate finance world for his role with Associated Pacific, the western subsidiary of mortgage giant Associated Mortgage Company. After helping to create Associated Pacific, he served for several years as President before buying out the subsidiary and changing its name to Pacific Real Estate Finance. Alan Indictor left Pacific Real Estate Finance 12 years later in order to launch his new venture, NewAmerica Savings Bank and Mortgage Company. The firm quickly became the third largest originator of Freddie Mac multifamily loans on the West Coast. Nearly a decade later, he sold NewAmerica Savings Bank to First Franklin Financial Corp.
A major figure in the industry, Alan I. Indictor partnered with noted architect Richard Dorman on five major projects throughout the 1960s and 1970s. The former director of The California League of Savings Institutions and the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Indictor frequently spoke at major industry conferences and conventions as well as lectured on business and real estate topics at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Alan I. Indictor lives in Atascadero, California, where he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and following Los Angeles sports teams.