Cinthya Urena has become manager at City National Bank’s Coral Gables Banking Center, 2855 S. Lejeune Road.
Urena is a banking veteran, and her knowledge of the industry, passion for excellence and emphasis on teamwork is evident in all the relationships she has developed.
She is part of a banking team that recently has achieved significant recognition from the community, including being voted “Best Community Bank,” “Best Business Bank,” “Best Bank for Jumbo Loans” and “Best Bank for Commercial Real Estate Lending” by the readers of the Daily Business Review. In addition, the bank was voted a “Top Private Bank.”
Urena is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the banking center, a natural progression from her previous position at CNB’s Doral banking center, where she served as its banking center manager.
“I’m excited to be here in Coral Gables,” she said. “This community is a jewel. We have the right people here to serve this community through the pillars of what make City National Bank unique — personal relationships, local decision-making and bestin- class client service.”
Urena said that it is the team of professionals, not any single individual that makes a banking center successful. City National Bank has been part of the Coral Gables community for more than 50 years.
With Cinthya on board, CNB has placed a talented and enthusiastic professional at the helm of this busy location.
Dustin Symes, first vice president and Personal and Business Banking director for Miami-Dade at City National Bank, said he is proud to have her experience and energy at this critical banking center
“Cinthya’s roots in the Miami-Dade community are strong and her banking sense is excellent — a combination that will serve both the bank and its clients well,” he said.
Urena noted that the bank recently completed its SBA certification, and said that there is a wide range of small businesses that can benefit from this added value.
“City National Bank is a business lender, and Coral Gables is a great community to work with to give businesses the support they need to grow,” she added.