Provident Bank of New Jersey opened its newest branch on Jan. 13, in the Bergen County borough of Wyckoff, the bank announced on Jan. 13.
The Wyckoff branch will boast the standard amenities of any neighborhood bank: drive-up ATM and night depository, and Saturday hours. It will run standard business hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Wednesday, and one hour later on Thursday and Friday. It’s Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
“We’re pleased to extend our commitment to businesses and consumers of Wyckoff and the surrounding communities. Provident Bank has a long history of delivering innovative financial solutions and giving back to the communities it serves,” Provident’s chief retail banking officer Vito Giannola said in a Wednesday statement.
“We look forward to continuing this tradition at this new location,” added Giannola.
Maureen Cornicelli, a resident of nearby Park Ridge, will be the Wyckoff branch manager. She boasts a 35-year resume in retail banking, most recently as a branch manager with Columbia Bank.
Provident Bank, based in Jersey City, was founded in 1839 and boasts nearly $13 billion of assets. Its customer-based stretches from Queens in New York City to Lehigh Valley in eastern Pennsylvania.