Empire State Bank To Open New Branches in Staten Island and Brooklyn, New York

Newburgh, New York, UNITED STATES

NEWBURGH, N.Y., Nov. 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ES Bancshares, Inc., the parent company of Empire State Bank, announced today that the Bank has received all regulatory approvals to open full-service branch offices at 1698 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, New York and 6823 18th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.  The branches are anticipated to open in the second quarter of 2018. 

“We are excited to expand our existing franchise and support our customer base as we continue to implement our business plan,” said Chief Executive Officer Philip Guarnieri. “Customers will be able to conduct all of their banking business, from opening new accounts to applying for loans, at our new locations. These two branches will bring the total number of Empire State Bank offices to five,” said President and Chief Operating Officer Thomas Sperzel.

Empire State Bank, originally chartered in 2004 and has $269 million in total assets. The Bank offers a wide range of financial services through its existing banking offices, which are located in Newburgh, New York, Brooklyn, New York and Staten Island, New York. For more information about Empire State Bank, call (845) 451-7802 or visit our website at www.esbna.com

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