A military veteran and longtime business executive, Alan Indictor retired in 2002 after a successful career that spanned almost 50 years. He holds experience in nearly every aspect of the real estate and finance industry, including mortgages, real estate development, and property management. Prior to retirement, Alan Indictor directed VCMC Incorporated, a property management firm in the Los Angeles area.
Alan I. Indictor studied at University High School in Los Angeles before attending University of California, Los Angeles, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. A member of ROTC while in college, Mr. Indictor forwent an offer to law school after graduation to fulfill his military obligation to the United States. He spent nearly a decade in active and reserve duty as an Intelligence Officer with the United States Air Force, eventually rising to the position of Captain.
Alan I. Indictor began his career in the real estate and business industry as an entrepreneur, a role in which he bought, sold, and developed property. His entrepreneurial experience led to a transition into the mortgage industry, and he helped create and direct the western subsidiary of Associated Mortgage Companies, one of the nation’s largest mortgage originators. Five years after launching the subsidiary, he conducted a leverage buyout of the firm, changing the name to Pacific Real Estate Finance. Alan I. Indictor grew the company to a prominent position in the mortgage industry over the next 12 years, eventually selling the firm to form NewAmerica Savings Bank and Mortgage Company. Mr. Indictor led NewAmerica as Chairman/CEO for 10 years before selling it to First Franklin Financial.
An avid sports fan, Alan I. Indictor has held season tickets to UCLA basketball games for more than two decades. A proud father of three and grandfather of five, Mr. Indictor has been married for 54 years.