GUILDERLAND – Ballston Spa National Bank (BSNB) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday, May 4, at the company’s second banking location in Albany County.
The Guilderland Office, located at 1973 Western Avenue, is one of 12 BSNB banking offices located throughout the Capital Region.
“Amid recent consolidations in the banking landscape, BSNB is excited to expand our presence in the Albany market with this new location,” Christopher R. Dowd, BSNB president and CEO, said in a statement. “With branches in Latham, Guilderland and coming soon to Voorheesville, our goal, whether you choose to bank at a physical location or through our online and mobile channels, is to create a better banking experience by providing outstanding service to our customers and support to the community.”
The Guilderland office, formerly a First Niagara Bank location, will be directed by Colleen Caringi, relationship manager. Sandra Losee, assistant vice president, will lead business development efforts at this location and the surrounding area. Both Caringi and Losee are former First Niagara Bank employees.
The office is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. Drive through service will open at 8 a.m., Monday through Friday and at 9a.m. on Saturday. The branch also provides a 24-hour drive-up ATM for fast cash dispensing as well as the ability to deposit cash and checks.
As a full service location, customers have access to personal checking and savings accounts, commercial deposit accounts and cash management services, residential mortgage lending, consumer and commercial loans, and trust and investment planning. In addition, customers have the option of managing their relationship through the bank’s technology-based services — including an online Mortgage Center, Mobile Banking, Online Banking and Cash Management, and Remote Deposit.
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