February 23, 2018 2:36 AM ET


Company Overview of Valley National Bank

Company Overview

Valley National Bank provides banking and financial services to retail, commercial, and individual customers. The company offers certificates of deposit, checking accounts, savings accounts, and individual retirement accounts. Its loan portfolio includes automobile loans, aviation financing, home equity loans, personal and student loans, loans and letters of credit, and small business administration loans, as well as residential mortgages, construction mortgages, and commercial equipment leasing. The company also provides property and casualty, and life and health insurance products and services. Additionally, it offers online banking, phone banking, residential and commercial title insuranc...

1700 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard

Suite 1000

West Palm Beach, FL 33401

United States

Founded in 1927





Key Executives for Valley National Bank

Age: 42
Senior EVP, Corporate Secretary & CFO
Age: 68
Chief Operating Officer, Senior Executive Vice President and Director
Age: 59
Executive VP & COO
Age: 51
Former Chief Banking Officer & President of Valley National Bancorp
Age: 66
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Valley National Bank Key Developments

Valley National Bank Presents at 17th Annual Auto Finance Summit, Oct-25-2017

Valley National Bank Presents at 17th Annual Auto Finance Summit, Oct-25-2017 . Venue: Wynn Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

Valley National Bank Appoints Shawn D. Cassidy as Senior Vice President and Director of Residential Mortgage Sales

Valley National Bank announced that Shawn D. Cassidy of Huntington has been hired as first senior vice president, director of residential mortgage sales in Jericho. He was residential mortgage area manager at Wells Fargo in Melville.

Valley National Bank Promotes Thomas Iadanza as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer

Valley National Bank has promoted Thomas Iadanza as senior executive vice president and chief lending officer. In his new role, Iadanza will be responsible for commercial lending, commercial real estate lending, consumer lending, and credit underwriting covering all of Valley's markets in New Jersey, New York and Florida. Iadanza, who joined Valley National Bank in 2012, had served as executive vice president and chief lending officer of Valley's Commercial and Consumer Lending divisions.

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