U.S. Bank expanded its Commercial Banking team into the greater New York metropolitan area. The new group will be led by veteran bankers Daniel Greene and Salvatore Settineri who will focus on middle market clients in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
“I’m pleased to welcome this new team to New York City,” said Leslie Godridge, vice chairman and co-head of Corporate & Commercial Banking at U.S. Bank. ”U.S. Bank has built a strong presence in New York over the past 10 years and the time is right to expand our offerings to middle market clients in the area.“
With more than 35 years in financial services, Greene joins U.S. Bank as Commercial Banking market manager for the greater New York metropolitan area. Prior to joining U.S. Bank, Greene was head of commercial and industrial banking for Northfield Bank. Earlier in his career, he was the Manhattan division director for commercial banking for Citi Commercial Bank and a division executive at Chase Bank.
Settineri joins as senior vice president. Before taking this role, he was senior vice president for the U.S. Bank Corporate Banking Food & Beverage Division. Settineri is an experienced finance and banking leader with more than 25 years in the industry.
“The new U.S. Bank Commercial Banking team in New York has a tremendous depth of market knowledge and experience to help middle market clients meet their most important goals,” said Elliot Jaffee, executive vice president and head of Commercial Banking at U.S. Bank. “We look forward to serving and becoming the most trusted choice to these key clients.”
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