BankOnBuffalo, the newest bank in the Buffalo area, has established a BankOnBuffalo Board of Advisors with the appointment of 11 inaugural members, it was announced today by Martin T. Griffith, BankOnBuffalo president.
The local Board will provide leadership and guidance as BankOnBuffalo expands upon its initial entry into the Buffalo Niagara market in serving the financial needs of the region’s small to middle market businesses.
“We are excited about establishing this important Board and having these members share with us their expertise, skills and commitment to our region’s economic vitality,” Griffith said. “Their contribution will complement and enhance our focus – to help our customers grow their business.”
BankOnBuffalo’s first branch, located in the downtown Electric Tower, began full-service operations February 21, 2017. Two other branches, in Orchard Park and Williamsville, are slated to open later this summer.
Members of the BankOnBuffalo Board of Advisors are:
Cory R. Haqq, managing member of Urban Equity Management Group LLC.
Gerry Murak, principal and founder of Murak & Associates LLC and CEO and Board Chairman of SoPark Corporation. He is also the founder, president and CEO of Precision Scientific Instruments, Inc. (Psi™).
Michael Newman, owner and executive vice president of NOCO, Inc.
Peter J. Romano Jr., president and CEO of United Materials LLC.
Stephen J. Schop, managing partner at Schop. Powell & Associates.
Mark A. Tronconi, partner at Tronconi, Segarra & Associates – CPAs and Business Consultants.
Joseph B. Bower, Jr. president and CEO of CNB Bank and CNB Financial Corporation.
Mark D. Breakey, senior executive vice president and chief credit officer for CNB Bank.
Joseph E. Dell, Jr., senior executive vice president and chief commercial banking officer for CNB Bank.
Richard L. Greslick, Jr., senior executive vice president and chief operating officer at CNB Bank. He also serves on the CNB Financial Corporation’s Board of Directors.
Martin T. Griffith, president of BankOnBuffalo.
BankOnBuffalo offers the local market a decentralized, personal approach that accelerates critical financing decisions and funding for small to middle market businesses.
Services available include deposit accounts, Private Banking, real estate, commercial, industrial, residential and consumer loans and lines of credit, treasury services, online banking, mobile banking, merchant credit card processing, remote deposit and accounts receivable handling.
As a community bank, BankOnBuffalo, a division of CNB Bank, is being developed by local people and businesses. This local decision-making will increase the level of service provided to the communities of Buffalo and bring growth to the entire region.
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