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MIAMI, June 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- City National Bank of Florida (CNB) has expanded its high-touch, friendly service and experience to one of Greater Miami's oldest neighborhoods, opening its newest banking center at 9696 Bird Road.
Byline: Chris Sieroty Staff Writer SHERMAN OAKS - City National Bank said Thursday that its Technology Group has opened an office in Sherman Oaks to serve high-tech companies in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
4) City National Bank is the second largest of six depository institutions in the market, controlling deposits of $86.
LOS ANGELES -- City National Bank, California's Premier Private and Business Bank([R]), announced today that Thomas A.
Amex: CNY) ("Carver") the holding company for Carver Federal Savings Bank, announced today that its bank subsidiary has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Roosevelt Office ("Branch") to City National Bank of New Jersey ("City National Bank").
Small and medium-sized export companies play a key role in our nation's balance of trade and in developing new world markets," said Tom Burr, City National Bank senior vice president and manager of the International department's Export Finance Group.
Roy, president of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, announced that The City National Bank of Charleston has become a stockholder of the bank.
This alliance between Hong Kong's largest independent local bank and City National Bank will enable customers to enjoy banking services and commercial lines of credit, cash management, investment advice and asset management services on both sides of the Pacific.