NEW YORK, Sept. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Esquire Bank, N.A., a leading provider of financial services to the legal community, announced the opening of its Florida office located in Palm Beach Gardens at 5100 PGA Boulevard. Concurrent with the opening, Esquire has appointed Vincent Cuomo as Vice President and Director of Sales, Southeast Region.
"Esquire Bank's new Florida office reflects the exciting growth opportunities we see in the marketplace," stated Andrew C. Sagliocca, President and Chief Executive Officer. "We are pleased to have Vincent Cuomo join the Esquire Bank team and lead our operations in the Southeast. Mr. Cuomo has a deep background in the Florida legal community and banking sector."
For the past 18 years, Mr. Cuomo has provided comprehensive financial advice to attorneys and law firms practicing throughout the nation. Mr. Cuomo currently sits on The Florida Bar's Grievance Committee Board. Additionally, Mr. Cuomo runs one of the largest professional networking groups in Palm Beach County and is involved in several other local associations.
"Esquire Bank has established itself as the premier financial services company focused on the legal industry," added Mr. Cuomo. "I look forward to the opportunity to serve the legal community as well as commercial and retail customers from our Florida office, and to growing our business throughout the region."
About Esquire Bank, N.A.
Esquire Bank, N.A. is a full service commercial bank dedicated to serving the financial needs of the legal industry as well as commercial and retail customers in the New York Metro market and across the country. Esquire's expertise, focus and strong capital base provide a solid foundation to meet our clients' needs. The bank offers tailored products and solutions to the legal community and their clients. Esquire is headquartered in Garden City, N.Y. and has offices in New York City and Palm Beach, Florida. For more information, visit www.esquirebank.com.
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