This week, Independence Bank opened a new regional branch in Tustin. The new location marks the private financial institution’s fourth branch in Orange County, joining other offices in San Juan Capistrano, Fountain Valley and the bank’s main branch in Newport Beach.
A community-oriented financial institution, Independence Bank provides both personal and business banking services to the community. Earlier this month, the bank announced its seventh consecutive quarter of net income profits, a strong performance for a small bank competing for customers with national banks and large credit unions.
“Tustin represents the type of community that is a perfect fit for Independence Bank. There’s a genuine sense of community there, and a solid blend of personal and business banking needs,” said Chuck Thomas, president and CEO of Independence Bank. “This location is also a nice fit for our overall banking and growth strategy, affording us an opportunity to extend our reach to North Orange County.”
Beyond business services, Independence Bank is also very active in various community organizations, including the Kiwanis, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley and several Chambers of Commerce in Orange County. Independence Bank has also partnered with the American Red Cross and the Second Harvest Food Bank on recent projects benefiting local organizations.
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