DAVIE, Fla.--()--Floridian Community Bank is pleased to announce that BauerFinancial, Inc., Coral Gables, Florida, the nation’s bank rating firm, proudly recognized Floridian Community Bank as one of the strongest banks in South Florida, with a 4-star rating for fourth quarter, 2012.
“This is great news for our clients and shareholders and it illustrates that we continue to strive to meet our goals moving forward.”
“Our team has worked very hard to receive this rating, and the effort has paid off by keeping our bank a strong financial institution,” notes Joseph Marzouca, CEO. “This is great news for our clients and shareholders and it illustrates that we continue to strive to meet our goals moving forward.”
BauerFinancial rates banks on the overall financial condition of the bank, including strength and stability. The rating system is complex and rigorous, and has received more attention in the past few years due to the quickly changing banking climate, and customers’ need for reassurance in their bank. Banks cannot pay for a rating and aren’t rated until they have been operating for at least 2.5 years.
Bank President, Lee Frankhouser, adds, “The general public often is not familiar with the financial strength of different banks, and how that impacts the banks’ futures. We invite everyone to visit BauerFinancial.com and search to see how our bank compares with other banks – big and small.”
Floridian Community Bank services both businesses and consumers with cutting edge products and services delivered with old-fashioned customer care and is insured by the FDIC. Product and services encompass customary loan and deposit products including CDs, money market accounts, lines of credit, and home loans along with a range of other offerings such as safe deposit boxes, internet online banking and cash management, free network ATM usage, Remote Capture banking and much more. The bank makes loans without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, handicap, or familial status. The bank currently has four branches in Broward and Palm Beach counties. More information can be found at: www.floridiancommunitybank.com.