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Snip, snip, hooray!: Staff cut the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of Investors Bank on Manhattan Avenue on July 20.
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Standing O is sending out a warm welcome to Investors Bank on the July 20 grand opening of its latest Brooklyn branch — the 15th in our fair burg.

As in the past, the bank forged ahead in the neighborhood and formed relationships with local advocacy groups, including the Greenpoint YMCA and the North Brooklyn Development Corporation — the Y provides family programs, camps, and recreational facilities, while the Corporation offers affordable housing, youth programs, employment services, and tenant services.

The new branch will include the same banking services Investors’ customers have come to rely upon, including checking, money markets, savings, loans and lines, and mortgages, in a win-win for Greenpoint residents.

Borough President Adams led the ribbon cutting, along with Investors’ senior vice president and New York regional manager Ana Oliveira, Community Development vice president Jennifer Smith, branch manager Debbie Hootam, and local business and civic leaders.

Investors Bank [896 Manhattan Ave. at Greenpoint Avenue in Greenpoint, (718) 389–1531].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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