Flushing Bank’s Planned Expansion of it’s Bank Branch Network Features Small Bank Feel with Big Business Products and Services
Flushing Bank recently announced the opening of its newest full-service bank branch for Brooklyn residents where it introduced its special brand of neighborhood banking that has, “a small bank feel, but with big business products and services.” The new bank branch is located in Williamsburg at 217 Havemeyer Street.
“We are delighted to be able to open up our new bank branch here in Williamsburg,” said John R. Buran, President & CEO of Flushing Financial Corporation (pictured at left). “Our new bank branch is Flushing Bank’s fourth branch in Brooklyn; other branches are located on Montague Street, on 3rd Avenue and on Avenue J. The opening of this new Williamsburg branch continues Flushing Bank’s planned expansion of our branch network; bringing the total number of bank branches in the New York metropolitan area to sixteen. It is also important to note that during this difficult economic climate some banks are now charging fees for their “free checking accounts” and making it sound that it is the result of new federal regulation. Not true. At Flushing Bank ‘totally free checking’ is free checking.”
In addition to its big business products and services, Flushing Bank continues its focus on creating relationships and contributing to the betterment of the neighborhoods in which they are located. Flushing Bank is more customized and responsive to the community than larger banks. The bank prides itself on employing staff fluent in multiple languages and who are from the neighborhood reflecting the diversity that characterizes the families and residents living and working in Williamsburg.
Pictured from Left to Right: John R. Buran, President & CEO of Flushing Financial Corporation, Nydia Velazquez, New York’s 12th Congressional District, Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn Borough President and Maria Grasso, COO of Flushing Financial Corporation.