July 25, 2016 5:53 PM ET

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Company Overview of Apple Bank for Savings

Company Overview

Apple Bank for Savings operates as a state-chartered savings bank in the state of New York. It offers personal banking products and services, such as checking, online banking, mobile banking, savings, money market, insured cash sweep account, certificates of deposit, CDARS investment products, AppleDirect products to open deposit accounts by mail, retirement accounts, credit cards, personal loans, debit cards/ATM overdraft coverage, and foreign currency services. The company provides business banking products and services, including business online banking, checking, business debit cards, business savings, insured cash sweep accounts, CDARS investment products, business credit cards, merchan...

1395 Northern Boulevard

Manhasset, NY 11030

United States

Founded in 1863

Phone:

212-224-6400

Fax:

212-224-6580

Key Executives for Apple Bank for Savings

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President and Branch Manager of Locust Valley Branch Office
Vice President and Branch Manager of Locust Valley Branch Office
Vice President and Branch Manager of Cedarhurst
Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of East Setauket Branch Office
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Apple Bank for Savings Key Developments

Apple Bank for Savings Names Theresa Passanisi as Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of East Setauket Branch Office

Apple Bank for Savings named Theresa Passanisi as assistant vice president and branch manager of its East Setauket branch office. Passanisi, who joined the Bank more than 22 years ago, was most recently assistant treasurer and assistant branch manager for the bank's Plainview location.

Apple Bank for Savings Appoints Beatrice Deevy as Vice President and Branch Manager

Beatrice Deevy of Oceanside has been appointed vice president and branch manager of Apple Bank for Savings in Cedarhurst. She was vice president and branch manager of Astoria Bank in Floral Park.

Apple Bank for Savings Announces Management Changes

Apple Bank For Savings announced that Chief Operating Officer Steven Bush is taking over as chairman, president and CEO from Alan Shamoon, who is retiring. The promotion of Bush, who joined Apple Bank in 1992 after working for Chemical Bank, takes effect on April 1, 2016. Shamoon, another Chemical veteran, joined Apple in 1991 and has been chairman, president and CEO since 1994.

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