People's United Bank

People's United Bank: Jonathan Cretella. (May 4, 2012)

1) People's United Bank

Want to have your money handled by a small, full-service, local bank, and not a massive, multinational conglorporation -- without sacrificing convenience? People's United Bank has you covered. "People's is still a locally based bank, we're still based in Bridgeport, we make all of our decisions locally, and we're active in the communities that we serve," says Vice President Johnathan Cretella. For People's United Bank, that means everything from offering special programs to help small businesses expand to sponsoring New Haven's annual Christmas tree lighting on the Green. In addition to their community involvement, People's takes convenience pretty seriously. People's United Bank offers banking seven days a week at their Stop'n'Shop locations. Plus, says Cretella, "People's prides itself on being able to offer financial services at all of our branches. Someone's able to walk in and be able to talk to a specialist at any given time."

peoples.com

265 Church St., Suite 104
New Haven
(203) 785-9119

1245 Dixwell Ave.
Hamden
(203) 287-9727

460 Elm St.
West Haven
(203) 937-7154

112 Amity Road
New Haven
(203) 387-5202

220 Captain Thomas Blvd.
West Haven
(203) 932-0086

 

2) Webster Bank

websteronline.com

80 Elm St.
New Haven
(203) 782-4588

and other locations throughout Connecticut


3) TD Bank

 

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