WESTON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Florida Community Bank re-opened 36 of its 48 branch offices across the state and has returned to business as usual, providing full services to its valued consumer and commercial customers following Hurricane Matthew.
Florida Community Bank’s operational plan for Friday, October 7 is as follows:
- Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Weston Corporate offices are open and fully operational
- West Coast banking centers remain open today and are operating business as usual
- Offices on Florida’s Central East coast and in Central Florida (Stuart, Port St Lucie, Ft Pierce, Vero Beach, Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island, Clyde Morris, Ormond Beach, Windermere, Longwood, Winter Park and Apopka) are expected to remain closed today
- Our Customer Service lines will remain open and available to serve and provide assistance to all customers including those whose local banking centers remain closed due to the storm
“Our thoughts are with our FCB family, valued customers and communities affected by Hurricane Matthew, that they make it through the storm safely,” said Kent Ellert, President & CEO of Florida Community Bank. “We will continue to monitor Hurricane Matthew throughout the day as the storm continues to head north and remain ready to serve and assist our communities and customers.”
As a Florida-based, Florida-focused regional banking franchise, FCB is committed to all of the local communities it serves through providing the best in community banking. For more information about FCB, please visit www.FloridaCommunityBank.com.
About Florida Community Bank
Florida Community Bank (NYSE: FCB) is the third largest Florida-based independent bank, and among the most highly capitalized banks in the state. Awarded a five-star rating from Bauer Financial™, FCB assets are more than $8 billion, with capital ratios that exceed regulatory standards. Since its founding in 2010, FCB has been steadfast in its commitment to delivering personalized service, innovation, and products and services equal to those offered by the national banks. Similarly, FCB recognizes the importance of community, fostering a corporate culture that promotes employee volunteerism at all levels, while supporting community-based programs and partnerships that help promote greater financial independence and improved quality of life for families. FCB serves individuals, businesses and communities across the state with 48 full-service banking centers from east to west, and from Daytona Beach to Miami-Dade. For more information, visit www.FloridaCommunityBank.com. Equal Housing Lender, Member FDIC.