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Regal Bank’s Monte Ehrenkranz Named Board President of Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce

February 17, 2014 at 6:55 AM

LIVINGSTON, NJ Vice President of Business Development for Regal Bank, Monte Ehrenkranz,, has been appointed Board President of the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce. A member of the Board since 2010, Ehrenkranz will be responsible for orchestrating meetings, creating an operating budget, increasing awareness and growing membership for the Chamber.

According to the selection committee, the Board was looking for a leader with a passion for Livingston and vast experience in business development. Nominators praised Ehrenkranz as an indispensable resource for many growing businesses.

Ehrenkranz has been Regal Bank’s Vice President of Business Development since 2009. To date, he has personally assisted dozens of local business owners with commercial financing and banking solutions as well as philanthropic efforts throughout the community.

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“Over the past 21 years, I have come to know Monte not only as a true professional, but a great friend and neighbor,” said Daniel Tower, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Regal Bank. “He is an integral part of the Livingston community and gives generously of his time and resources to help support our area’s business leaders.”

“I’m proud to serve our local business community as Board President of the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce,” said Ehrenkranz. “I look forward to further developing positive working relationships with community and business leaders and elected officials. My involvement allows me to keep my finger on the pulse of upcoming events and opportunities, so I can determine how Regal Bank can best lend a helping hand.”

Ehrenkranz is also Past President of the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club, Treasurer of the Livingston Education Foundation, and a member of CRE’s New Jersey Multifamily & Mixed-Use Networking Group, Commercial Real Estate Referral Network, the Livingston Golf Network and the Livingston NJ Area Real Estate Network.

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