DARIEN, Conn. -- Darien Rowayton Bank celebrated its 10-year anniversary Tuesday with a party that included bank officials, community leaders, clients and supporters.
Tuesday’s party was held at the Bank’s branch on Post Road in Darien. It also has branches in Rowayton and Southport.
Darien Rowayton Bank is a market leader in commercial and consumer banking in Darien. In its brief history of doing business in the community, DRB has created many long-term banking relationships built on integrity and trust.
“Since its inception, DRB has received incredible support from the communities it serves,” Robert Kettenmann, President and Chief Operating Officer said. “Lower Fairfield County is a very competitive banking market and our success is a testament that superior customer service – coupled with great products and rates – has resonated well in the market.”
Over the past ten years, DRB has built a reputation as a bank centered on customer experience. Founded in 2006, DRB offers an array of products and services for both personal and business banking, including checking and cash management, savings, CDs, business financing, mortgage products and retirement products. DRB has also built a national student loan refinance program over the past three years and has completed over $1 billion in student loan refinancing.
Darien First Selectman Jayme Stevenson, Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, Norwalk Chamber of Commerce President Edward Musante and Darien Chamber of Commerce President Susan Cator were among local officials who helped DRB celebrate at Tuesday’s party.
For more information, visit the Darien Rowayton Bank website or contact them at 203-656-3500.