Orange Bank & Trust Company Opens Full Service Branch in Mount Vernon

Real Estate In-Depth | August 28, 2017

The management team at Orange Bank & Trust Co.’s new full-service Mount Vernon branch, from left: Nicole McNab and Alicia Bradley, Business Bankers and Patrick Smith, VP, Relationship Manager.

MIDDLETOWN — The Board of Directors and CEO Michael Gilfeather of Orange Bank & Trust Company announced on Aug. 24th that the bank had opened its fourth full service branch in Westchester County. The branch is located at 510 South Columbus Ave. in Mount Vernon.

This new branch supports the bank’s strategic plan to expand its operations regionally with a focus on business banking. The branch will be headed by Vice President and Relationship Manager Patrick Smith, who will lead a team of experienced business bankers to deliver a professional client experience, Orange Bank & Trust stated in the announcement.

Additionally, the bank’s Westchester Trust Division lead by Vice President and Trust Officer, Sinead Fitzsimons, moved its operations to the new Mount Vernon location. The bank’s other Westchester County locations are in White Plains, Mamaroneck and Mount Pleasant.

Joseph A. Ruhl, Westchester Regional President at Orange Bank & Trust stated, “Orange Bank is excited about the prospect of doing business in the Mount Vernon area. Pat Smith, our Relationship Manager, has years of experience in this marketplace and we are happy to have him head our team at our new location.”

The branch will be open, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and provide a complete range of financial services; with a particular focus on commercial lending, cash management, and trust and estate services.

Orange Bank & Trust Company, which began operations 125 years ago, currently has assets approaching $1 billion. Orange Bank and Trust has branches in Orange, Rockland, Westchester and Dutchess counties. While growing, Orange Bank & Trust has continued to focus on providing community banking, based on personal relationships for businesses, organizations and individuals.