October 19, 2017 4:08 PM ET


Company Overview of The First National Bank Of Long Island

Company Overview

The First National Bank Of Long Island, a commercial bank, provides financial products and services to individual, professional, corporate, institutional, and government customers. It offers personal banking products and services, such as checking products, debit cards, savings products, online banking, eStatements, consumer lending, VISA, residential mortgages, and telephone banking services. The company also provides business banking products and services, including deposit products, business online banking products, commercial loan and mortgage products, cash management products, merchant and professional services, business debit cards, online education, telephone banking, and other busin...

10 Glen Head Road

Glen Head, NY 11545

United States

Founded in 1927





Key Executives for The First National Bank Of Long Island

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Age: 64
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President and Treasurer
Age: 62
Chief Security Officer, Senior Operations Officer and Executive Vice President
Age: 59
Senior Vice President and Western District Manager
Executive Vice President of Commercial Lending and Senior Lending Officer
Age: 65
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

The First National Bank Of Long Island Key Developments

First National Bank Of Long Island Eyes Acquisitions

The First National Bank Of Long Island is looking for acquisitions. The company said, "In addition to loan and deposit growth, management is also focused on growing noninterest income from existing and potential new sources, which may include the acquisition of fee-based businesses."

The First National Bank of Long Island Appoints Carmela Cacciuottolo as Vice President and Branch Manager

Carmela Cacciuottolo of Baldwin Harbor has been hired as vice president and branch manager at The First National Bank of Long Island in Oceanside. She was assistant vice president at Astoria Bank in Oceanside.

The First of Long Island Corporation and the First National Bank of Long Island Announces Retirement of Sallyanne K. Ballweg as Senior Executive Vice President, Effective December 31, 2016

The First of Long Island Corporation and The First National Bank of Long Island (Bank) announced that Ms. Sallyanne K. Ballweg will retire as Senior Executive Vice President of the company and the bank and corporate secretary of the company, effective December 31, 2016.

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