Signature Bank was named Best Business Bank by the New York Law Journal in the publication’s seventh annual reader survey. It also ranked second in the Best Private Bank and Best Attorney Escrow Services categories.
Since the New York Law Journal introduced its reader survey in 2010, Signature Bank has continually secured the top spot or ranked in the top three in each of the categories in which it was named. This is the third consecutive year Signature Bank has been voted the Best Business Bank. It is also the sixth consecutive year the bank was named in the top three of the Best Private Bank category and the fifth consecutive year it appeared in the top three in Best Attorney Escrow Services category, including twice being ranked No. 1.
The rankings were based solely on more than 8,000 reader-casted votes, primarily those from attorneys and other legal professionals.
“As a full-service commercial bank, Signature Bank caters to serving professional service firms and business clients, including law firms, which are a major constituent,” said Joseph J. DePaolo, Signature Bank president and CEO. “The New York Law Journal results reflect the direct opinions of our clients who are readers of this widely read legal journal. We are gratified by their continued confidence in and support of the bank and our private client banking teams who are committed to serving their needs every day. It is extremely rewarding to see our loyal clients took the time to cast their votes and express their commitment to our relationship-based business model. We are very appreciative of their time and dedication.”
Signature Bank is a New York-based full-service commercial bank with 30 private client offices throughout the New York metropolitan area. It is the parent of specialty finance subsidiary Signature Financial, which provides equipment finance and leasing.
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