October 27, 2016 9:04 PM ET


Company Overview of Astoria Bank

Company Overview

Astoria Bank offers personal and commercial banking services. The company also provides mortgage loans, multi-family mortgage loans, commercial real estate loans, and mortgage-backed securities. In addition, it invests in construction loans, consumer, and other loans. Astoria Bank was formerly known as Astoria Federal Savings and Loan Association and changed its name to Astoria Bank in June 2014. The company was founded in 1888 and is based in Long Island City, New York. Astoria Bank operates as a subsidiary of Astoria Financial Corporation.

37-16 30th Avenue

6th Floor

Long Island City, NY 11103

United States

Founded in 1888





Key Executives for Astoria Bank

Chief Executive Officer, President, Director, Chief Executive Officer of Astoria Financial Corporation, President of Astoria Financial Corporation and Director of Astoria Financial Corporation
Age: 65
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President and Treasurer
Age: 53
Vice Chairman, Chief Operating Officer, Senior Executive Vice President, Vice Chairman of Astoria Financial Corporation, Chief Operating Officer of Astoria Financial Corporation and Senior Executive Vice President of Astoria Financial Corporation
Age: 69
Chief Accounting Officer, Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer of Astoria Financial Corporation and Senior Vice President of Astoria Financial Corporation
Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President
Age: 57
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Astoria Bank Key Developments

Astoria Bank Announces Appointments

Astoria Bank announced that Jason D. Sattler of Holbrook is a new vice president in the banking division and branch manager in Seaford. He was vice president, business banking at Capital One in Melville. Christopher James Shaw of Holbrook is a new vice president in the banking division and branch manager in West Babylon. He was branch manager of M&T Bank in Bohemia.

Astoria Bank Announces Two New Hires

Astoria Bank announced two new hires. David Cinelli of Glen Cove has been hired as vice president in the retail banking division and branch manager in Long Island City, Queens. He was vice president/senior cluster manager at HSBC Bank in Manhattan. Vaughn Rubens of St. Albans, Queens, has been hired as a vice president in the business banking division and a relationship manager in the New York City business banking office. He was a commercial real estate broker and cash management sales officer at Flushing Bank in Flushing, Queens.

Astoria Bank Opens its New Full-Service Branch in Long Island City, Queens

Astoria Bank announced the opening of its new full-service branch in Long Island City, Queens. Located at 26-26 Jackson Ave., the new branch is part of the Bank's continued expansion efforts designed to meet both consumer and business banking needs in high-growth areas. With its tremendous amount of recent commercial and residential development, Long Island City represents an exciting opportunity for Astoria Bank. Astoria Bank'sLong Island City branch will be led by newly appointed branch manager David Cinelli, who has nearly a decade of financial services experience and has spent the majority of his career working with business clients in Long Island City. Cinelli most recently served as vice president and senior manager at HSBC Bank in New York City. The branch is open six days during the week including Saturdays with late Thursday hours. It offers customers a range of diverse retail and business banking products and services including commercial and residential lending.

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