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May 26, 2015 9:52 PM ET

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Company Overview of Axiom Bank

Company Overview

Axiom Bank is a federally chartered community bank that provides consumer and commercial banking services through a network of branches in Florida. Its personal banking products and services include free checking, opportunity checking, senior checking, urban select checking, and urban select money market accounts; regular savings accounts, holiday savings club accounts, certificates of deposit (CD), and individual retirement accounts; CD secure loans; and electronic banking, online banking and bill pay, mobile banking, telephone banking, e-statements, debit cads, and overdraft services. The company’s small business checking accounts, business opportunity checking accounts, business NOW check...

400 Colonial Center Parkway

Suite 150

Lake Mary, FL 32746

United States

Founded in 1962

Phone:

800-584-0015

Fax:

407-732-5650

Key Executives for Axiom Bank

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Founder, Owner and Principal
Age: 68
Owner and Principal
Owner
Age: 54
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Axiom Bank Key Developments

Urban Trust Bank will Change its Name to Axiom Bank

Effective November 01, 2014, Urban Trust Bank will change its name to Axiom Bank.

Urban Trust Bank Opens Commercial Lending Office in Jacksonville

Urban Trust Bank announced the opening of a commercial loan office at 10151 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Building 200, Suite 250, in Jacksonville. UTB's new commercial office is managed by Joseph D. 'Chip' Sistare III, Senior Vice President. Urban Trust Bank's Jacksonville office will be modeled after UTB's successful Orlando office. It will focus on customized lending solutions for commercial real estate developments, office buildings, and warehouse buildings, as well as providing lines of credit for home builders and commercial businesses. Urban Trust Bank's Jacksonville commercial lending office is committed to working with customers to understand their operations, goals, and challenges, and to customize creative financial solutions and provide treasury management products.

Urban Trust Bank appoints Glenda Hood as Chairman

Urban Trust Bank named Glenda Hood chairman of the board. Hood is the founding partner of triSect LLC.

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