ABNB opens second branch of Suffolk – Suffolk News-Herald

ABNB Federal Credit Union recently opened its second subsidiary in Suffolk and bank officers have cut a tape with Mayor Linda T. Johnson last Friday to celebrate.
The credit union already had a place at 907 W. Washington St. But now it also has a Harbor View location, located at 5901 Harbor View Blvd.
"We hope this is not the last in the city," said Charles Mallon Jr., president and executive director of ABNB, during the tape.
The credit union has been operating since 1960 with offices throughout Hampton Roads. It serves more than 56,000 members with personal and commercial accounts and loans, insurance and financial planning and investment services. Membership is open to everyone who lives, works, or adores at Hampton Roads or Currituck County, N.C.
"We are excited to be in the area and take care of the members of this community," said ABNB Relationship Manager Leisa Brissett.
"The expansion of ABNB is another sign that doing business in Suffolk is a wise investment," said Mayor Johnson in a press release. "The new subsidiary gives more opportunity to residents and business people when it comes to meeting their financial objectives."

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ABNB opens second branch of Suffolk – Suffolk News-Herald

ABNB Federal Credit Union recently opened its second subsidiary in Suffolk and bank officers have cut a tape with Mayor Linda T. Johnson last Friday to celebrate.
The credit union already had a place at 907 W. Washington St. But now it also has a Harbor View location, located at 5901 Harbor View Blvd.
"We hope this is not the last in the city," said Charles Mallon Jr., president and executive director of ABNB, during the tape.
The credit union has been operating since 1960 with offices throughout Hampton Roads. It serves more than 56,000 members with personal and commercial accounts and loans, insurance and financial planning and investment services. Membership is open to everyone who lives, works, or adores at Hampton Roads or Currituck County, N.C.
"We are excited to be in the area and take care of the members of this community," said ABNB Relationship Manager Leisa Brissett.
"The expansion of ABNB is another sign that doing business in Suffolk is a wise investment," said Mayor Johnson in a press release. "The new subsidiary gives more opportunity to residents and business people when it comes to meeting their financial objectives."

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