The 4,000 square-foot branch replaces the old facility at 8181 SW 117 St. and will continue to offer products and services to meet the financial needs of existing and new customers. The new location has several new amenities, including three drive-up lanes, a drive-up ATM, safe deposit boxes, night depository access, free parking in front of the building and extended hours.
The new banking center will be headed by Pablo Estepe, an industry veteran with experience working with both domestic and international clients.
“The new, expanded facility is an example of our commitment to our clients,” said Millar Wilson, president and CEO of Mercantil Commercebank. “The new location, with its added space and services, pro- vides a platform for an exemplary customer service experience. We look forward to continue solidifying our presence in the area and working closely with this dynamic community.”
“The bank has been warmly received by residents and businesses alike,” added Estepe. “The feedback about our new, expanded location has been very positive and we look forward to offering our customers even greater convenience.”
Mercantil Commercebank has 15 banking centers in the tricounty area, one in New York and one in Houston. |It is one of the largest banks in South Florida, serving the community for more than 30 years, and is owned by Mercantil Servicios Financieros (MSF), a Venezuelan company, through U.S. bank holding companies. MSF is the largest provider of financial services in Venezuela with more than 85 years of experience.
Mercantil Commercebank has assets of $6.8 billion and is headquartered in Coral Gables.
Mercantil Commercebank has 17 Banking Centers — 15 in South Florida; one in Manhattan and one in Houston. For more information, call 305-909-2601 or go to www.mercantilcb.com.
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