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5 local banks showcase their distinctive products, programs and services
As the banking industry continues to transform, customers are trying to identify the best options in loans, lines of credit, cash flow management, payroll services, checking accounts, and credit cards. As a result, banks are responding to changing customer wants and needs. Explore what some area banks offer that sets them apart.
Experience relationship and lending managers
With more than 130 middle market banking offices nationwide, Wells Fargo offers you experienced relationship and lending managers who live and work where you do. Wells Fargo’s Westchester relationship managers understand the local economy and business environment and have the authority to make lending decisions locally. Our team can work with you on core financing and treasury management structures and offer specialists and resources to help tackle challenges and make the most of new opportunities.
2500 Westchester Ave
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 with 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
444 E Putnam Ave
Cos Cob, CT
Providing solutions from financial to philanthropy
Chase serves more than 66 million American households and 5 million small businesses with a broad range of financial services, including personal banking, credit cards, mortgages, auto financing, investment advice, small business loans and payment processing. In Westchester, JPMorgan Chase has 68 branches, almost 3,000 employees working and living across the county and has provided more than $3.3 million in philanthropic investments locally in 2021 and 2022, including organizations like SUNY Westchester Community College.
925 Westchester Ave, Floor 3
Making business personal
To us, business is personal. We meet the needs of Hudson Valley businesses by building solid relationships. Since 1892, we’ve grown to be a trusted resource with a deep toolkit for business banking across the region, including loans, cash management, esquire banking, wealth management, trust services, and private banking. Our experienced bankers are fully vested in your success — going farther, looking deeper, and working intensely to help you achieve short and long-term goals.
Orange Bank & Trust
42 Waller Ave
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.
2651 Strang Blvd
Empowering your success
With more than $50 billion in assets and a dedicated Westchester team, Valley Bank has the strength of a big bank and the nimbleness of a community bank — a rare combination designed to empower your success. For 95+ years we’ve provided commercial clients with access to local decision-makers, an understanding of their market, and an unmatched level of service. As Joseph McCoy, Division Head, Commercial Loans, says, “Our team is there for you every step of the way.”
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