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Four local banks showcase their distinctive products, programs, and services.

Banking has undergone a major transformation in the last few years. As a result, business customers are focused on identifying the best options in loans, lines of credit, cash flow management, payroll services, checking accounts, and credit cards. Banks, in turn, are responding to changing customer wants and needs. Explore what some area banks offer that sets them apart.

first bank of greenwich

Pictured, from left to right: Judy Merturi, AVP Branch Manager; Emily Newcamp, VP Retail Bank Manager; Frank J. Gaudio, President and CEO; Pamela Cotroneo, Assistant Branch Manager; Evan Corsello, EVP Chief Lending Officer; and Kevin O’Connell, VP Commerical Lending

Understanding your small business

The First Bank of Greenwich understands your small business. Be it a small family-owned company or a large corporation, our products and services allow you to better manage your accounts by providing fraud protection, account analysis with high earnings credit, and preferred loan pricing. We tailor accounts to fit your needs to help support your goals and your company’s mission. We offer all the services of the big banks but do it better.

The First Bank of Greenwich
500 Westchester Ave, Port Chester
914.908.5444
444 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob, CT
203.302.4813
https://www.greenwichfirst.com/

PCSB

Michelle A. Nicholas, newly named SVP, Chief Diversity Officer and Director of Community Development

Committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion

In recognizing the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion to the communities they serve, PCSB hired Michelle A. Nicholas as SVP, Chief Diversity Officer and Director of Community Development. Nicholas has extensive senior-level experience in the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors. After meeting with over 100 staff members, she is creating programs such as employee affinity groups, a supplier diversity program, plus, partnerships with local government initiatives, nonprofits, and colleges to make a real difference within the bank and the communities it serves.

PCSB Bank
2651 Strang Blvd
Yorktown Heights
914.248.7272
https://www.pcsb.com

Tompkins Bank

David M. DeMilia, President Tompkins

Helping communities thrive and grow

For generations, Tompkins has helped Hudson Valley communities thrive and grow. As a community-based financial institution, we consider it our duty to provide innovative financial solutions for local families and businesses as they navigate their financial journeys. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer hoping to put down roots, or an entrepreneur looking to grow your business, Tompkins is here for you every step of the way. We’re not just your bank–we’re your friends and neighbors, too.

Tompkins
1441 Rte 22
Brewster
888.273.3210
https://www.tompkinsbank.com/

Bank of America

Delivering strategic financial advice and solutions

Bank of America serves mid-sized U.S. companies by delivering strategic financial advice and solutions to help companies grow, improve cash flow, manage U.S. and international payments and invest for the future. Bank of America’s Relationship managers in Westchester connect clients with specialists to deliver a wide range of services, including credit, cash management, foreign exchange, equipment finance, merchant services, international banking and employer services, such as group banking and 401k solutions. Find a Relationship Manager.

Michael Cappelli
Bank of America
360 Hamilton Ave
Suite 203
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 843.3230
Business.bofa.com/businessbanking

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