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Today: Jun 14, 2024

Solvay Bank: Boosting Growth in the Mohawk Valley

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Solvay Bank, based in Onondaga County, New York, is expanding its territory to include the Mohawk Valley region. The bank sees the region’s demographics and small-business climate as similar to its home market and believes there is enough room for growth. Solvay Bank already has some commercial accounts in the area, making the expansion a natural fit. The bank’s initial focus will be on serving small businesses in the Mohawk Valley, offering a full array of banking services tailored to their needs. Solvay Bank has hired Matt Nicholl as VP, commercial-loan officer for the region, and he has already begun establishing relationships in the community. The bank does not have immediate plans to open a physical branch in the Mohawk Valley, but is prepared to scale up as demand requires.

Solvay Bank, which has been serving Central New York for over 106 years, has announced its expansion into the Mohawk Valley region. The banking company sees the demographics and small-business climate in the Mohawk Valley as similar to its existing market and believes there is enough demand to support its growth in the region. The bank already has some commercial accounts in the area, making the expansion a natural fit. Solvay Bank’s initial focus will be on serving small businesses in the Mohawk Valley, offering a full array of banking services tailored to their needs. The bank has hired Matt Nicholl as VP, commercial-loan officer for the region, and he has already begun establishing relationships in the community. Although Solvay Bank does not have immediate plans to open a brick-and-mortar branch in the Mohawk Valley, it is prepared to scale up as demand requires.