Another bank temple by Albert Pissis was the one for the Anglo-California National Bank. The bank was formed around the turn of the 20th Century when two earlier banks, one with English connections and the other French, were merged owing to changes in the California regulations regarding foreign banks. The new institution was under the direction of Herbert Fleishacker who would become a philanthropist of note.
Eventually, the Anglo-California merged with Crocker Bank and a few mergers and sales further on, is now a part of Wells Fargo.
The building, like the Borel Bank, is a victim of "façadism" - retaining only the shell of the building to minimally satisfy preservationist intentions. The structure has been gutted, given a sky-light and now serves as the forecourt for a big corporate tower.