Daily News: March 28, 2014

Signature Appoints Three Private Client Banking Teams

Signature Bank announced the addition of three private client banking teams, bringing the total number of teams to 92. Each of the teams includes veteran bankers who bring decades of experience to Signature Bank’s growing network of private client banking teams.

Lucy Mazany was named group director and senior vice president, heading a four-person team that all join from Valley National Bank, and will be based out of the Signature Bank private client office in Jericho, Long Island, N.Y. The team has worked together for 10 years.

Thomas P. Mooney was named group director and senior vice president leading a three–person team that has worked together for seven years. The team will temporarily be based at the Bank’s White Plains, NY private client banking office until its newest office in Greenwich, Conn. opens later this year.

Andrew F. Corrado and Drew S. Crowley, each named to the post of group director and senior vice president, now will jointly head a five-person team in the Bank’s Melville, NY private client banking office. The team has worked together for the past decade.

“The breadth and depth of the talent within these three teams is significant, and is further evidence of our ability to continue to attract high-caliber banking veterans. Each team is comprised of seasoned professionals who possess long-standing banking careers and extensive client relationships. They understand the true meaning of relationship banking and have served a range of commercial clients for decades,” noted Joseph J. DePaolo, president and chief executive officer at Signature Bank.

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