Orange Bank and Trust Company Cortlandt Westchester County, NY

2141 Crompond Rd, Cortlandt, NY 10567, USA

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(914) 930-6279

Monday to Friday: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Founded over 125 years ago, Orange Bank and Trust, is a leading provider of business banking and trust services in the Hudson Valley with 13 locations in throughout Orange, Rockland and Westchester Counties. Through conservative banking practices, innovation and commitment to our community, the bank now has an asset level of approximately $1 billion. While growing, we have continued to focus on providing community banking services, based on personal relationships for businesses, professionals, organizations and individuals. Today, our experience and breadth of services combined with continued commitment to local ownership in giving local residents and businesses a financial partner that has the strength and independence to meet their needs. When you need us to take action in a timely fashion, we are close enough and independent enough to move quickly. We offer a full variety of banking products and services for businesses, municipalities, not‐ for‐profit organizations, and individuals. Orange Bank & Trust is a wholly‐owned subsidiary of Orange County Bancorp, Inc., and a member of FDIC. We are affiliated with Hudson Valley Investment Advisors, Inc. (HVIA)*, an SEC‐ regulated Registered Investment Advisor. HVIA is headquartered in Goshen, New York. *Trusts, securities and insurance products are not FDIC insured or insured by any Federal Government entity. Not bank guaranteed. Not a deposit. May lose value.

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