Unity Bank, a subsidiary of Unity Bancorp has opened a new division that will offer a wide range of investment products and services aimed at helping customers to grow and preserve wealth.
The Clinton, N.J., bank has appointed Robert Junge, CFP, who has 25 years of experience, as program manager of the new investment services unit.
Janice Bolomey, Unity Bank's chief administration officer and director of sales, said that the creation of the new unit will allow the $920 million-asset bank to offer a broader range of products and services that will help customers meet investment and estate planning objectives.
The bank's 15 branches in Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset, Union and Warren Counties in New Jersey and Northampton County, Pennsylvania serve retail, corporate and small business customers.
Amilda Dymi is the managing editor of Mortgage Servicing News.
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