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Regal Bank Opens New Branch in Roseland

Regal Bank associates and community leaders join to cut the ribbon and Roseland branch opening

Regal Bank recently opened its third location, a full-service branch office at 180 Eagle Rock Avenue, in Roseland. Elizabeth resident Anna Pedreiras manages the branch, which offers extended lobby hours, a drive-up window, and an ATM.

“What’s most significant about our new Roseland branch is the added convenience it provides,” says David Orbach, chairman of Regal Bank, which is headquartered in Livingston.“That’s the case for current customers who’ve frequented our two Livingston locations, as well as for people who tend to spend more time in or around Roseland. Now, we’re right in their neighborhood, too.”

In recognition of its newest branch opening,Regal continued its ongoing community involvement efforts through donations to the Roseland Junior Woman’s Club, Roseland Education Foundation, Roseland Recreation Department, Roseland Country Fair, and the Running 4 Answers organization,which supports Alzheimer’s research. 

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The grand opening celebration for Regal’s Roseland branch featured a variety of family-focused fun, including face-painting, a caricature artist, and even a juggler. In addition, there was a giveaway of iPads. Regal marked the occasion by instituting several exceptional banking offers, including free checking for life.  

Most members of the new branch’s staff– including Roseland resident Michele Tolli – have already worked together at Regal’s two Livingston locations, so they avoid the challenges common to groups of new employees still being trained.

Regal Bank’s other offices, both in Livingston, are at 570 Mount Pleasant Avenue (headquarters)and 504 South Livingston Avenue. The bank’s primary emphasis is on a complete range of financial products and services, offered primarily throughout Essex and Hudson counties

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