POB Chamber member Joe Bochetto is happy to support the local community in his role as second vice president and branch manager for two of NYCB's Plainview locations: 509 Old Country Road and 1092 Old Country Road. “We operate our branches NYCB logowith an emphasis on convenience, with 248 locations that feature 24-hour ATM banking, and 211 of our Community Bank branches open at least six days a week,” says Joe. NYCB also offers its customers 24-hour

access to their accounts with online banking, mobile banking, and banking by phone.

New York Community Bancorp, Inc. is the holding company for New York Community Bank, a New York State-chartered savings bank serving customers throughout Metro New York, New Jersey, Florida, Ohio, and Arizona; and New York Commercial Bank, a New York State-chartered commercial bank serving consumers and businesses in the New York City boroughs of Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn, and the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester – all in New York.

In New York, NYCB operates 111 branches of the Community Bank through four local divisions, reflecting the growth of the franchise through a series of mergers with other local thrifts. Its largest division is Roslyn Savings Bank, with 44 locations in Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island.
New York Community Bank is the largest thrift in the nation. Their roots go back to 1859, when they were chartered by the State of New York in Queens, New York. Since then, they have grown from a single branch in Flushing to 226 branch offices in five states. New York Commercial Bank traces its roots to the mid 1920s, when the Atlantic Bank division was established to meet the needs of consumers and small businesses in the city of New York. Today, New York Commercial Bank has 30 branches, including 18 that operate under the name Atlantic Bank.
For more information, visit www.mynycb.org

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