Amalgamated Bank of Chicago Adds Chicago Union Leader to Labor Advisory Council

Jan 25, 2005, 00:00 ET from Amalgamated Bank of Chicago

    CHICAGO, Jan. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Amalgamated Bank of Chicago announced
 today that Steven Cisco, Recording/Corresponding Secretary of the
 International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 has joined the bank's
 Illinois Labor Council.
     The 24-member council is chaired jointly by James Buchanan, President of
 Pipefitters Local 597 and his new co-chair, Brian Hickey, President and
 Business Manager of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 399.
     Amalgamated President and CEO Robert Wrobel said the advisory group
 assists the bank in focusing products and services for union-member customers
 and the labor community. "The insight we receive from these busy men and women
 is invaluable in developing programs that fit the needs of working families.
 We appreciate their service," Wrobel said.
     Amalgamated has established similar councils in Missouri and Indiana.
 
     Founded in 1922 by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union of America,
 Amalgamated Bank of Chicago specializes in serving the financial needs of area
 businesses, local governmental units, and various international, national and
 local unions and their members. Located in Chicago's Loop at the corner of
 State and Monroe, Amalgamated Bank had assets of $670 million as of December
 31, 2004.
 
 

SOURCE Amalgamated Bank of Chicago
    CHICAGO, Jan. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Amalgamated Bank of Chicago announced
 today that Steven Cisco, Recording/Corresponding Secretary of the
 International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 has joined the bank's
 Illinois Labor Council.
     The 24-member council is chaired jointly by James Buchanan, President of
 Pipefitters Local 597 and his new co-chair, Brian Hickey, President and
 Business Manager of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 399.
     Amalgamated President and CEO Robert Wrobel said the advisory group
 assists the bank in focusing products and services for union-member customers
 and the labor community. "The insight we receive from these busy men and women
 is invaluable in developing programs that fit the needs of working families.
 We appreciate their service," Wrobel said.
     Amalgamated has established similar councils in Missouri and Indiana.
 
     Founded in 1922 by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union of America,
 Amalgamated Bank of Chicago specializes in serving the financial needs of area
 businesses, local governmental units, and various international, national and
 local unions and their members. Located in Chicago's Loop at the corner of
 State and Monroe, Amalgamated Bank had assets of $670 million as of December
 31, 2004.
 
 SOURCE  Amalgamated Bank of Chicago