California got a small taste of bank dealmaking Wednesday that didn't involve a failed or ailing institution.

In Southern California, California United Bank announced it would acquire California Oaks State Bank in a cash-and-stock transaction. The deal is valued at about $17.3 million, or nearly 1.3 times tangible book value, potentially setting a basis of pricing for open-bank deals in the area.

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