Artisans’ Bank opens new business center on Route 24 near Rehoboth

August 14, 2022

Artisans’ Bank recently announced its new Rehoboth Branch and Business Center on Route 24 is open for business.

“The new branch is open and ready for business,” said Rehoboth Branch Manager Joanne Williams. “We invite the public to come visit our beautiful new facility.”

The new location provides a full-service retail bank with commercial, consumer and mortgage lending offices. The facility offers a small business center, coffee bar, drive-up banking and ATM lanes, and a night depository. The new Rehoboth Branch and Business Center complements the services Artisans’ provides at its existing Kent and Sussex branches located in Dover, Milford and Millville.

“Artisans’ Bank believes in the future of Delaware and is committed to the success of the local economy. Our new Rehoboth location allows us to better serve our customers by providing convenient access to our full complement of retail and commercial banking products and services,” said Beth Albano, president and CEO.

Teamwork and dedication to the needs of the community have played significant roles in the growth of Artisans’ Bank. The community bank model allows the team at Artisans’ more flexibility than larger banks and the ability to work directly with customers while providing loan and deposit products that meet their needs.

“Artisans’ mutual bank corporate structure is what differentiates us from other community banks,” said Albano. “As a non-public business entity, we are not beholden to the influences of shareholders nor driven by short-term profits. Our mutuality provides us the unique opportunity to prioritize our customers and their financial needs while accomplishing long-term corporate goals.”

“The Artisans’ Bank team consists of experienced, talented relationship advisors who have a strong connection to our local communities,” said Chief Lending Officer David Ferguson. “Artisans’ is committed to strengthening the foundation of our communities by facilitating the financial health of our residents and local businesses.”

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