DARIEN, CONN. -- A new division of the community-trusted, Darien Rowayton Bank is making it easier for its customers to achieve finical freedom.
Laurel Road, a division of Darien Rowayton Bank, has evolved from a traditional bank to a national online platform, with customers in all 50 states. DRB's new online lending business has invested in new technology, enabling more value for its customers. "Laurel Road conveys the best journey and achievements of our customers," said Kaitlyn Walsh-Epstein, director of Marketing at Laurel Road.
Established in 2006, Darien Rowayton Bank has helped thousands of students across the country refinance and consolidate over $2.5 billion in federal and private school loans. The bank has also helped save borrowers thousands of dollars each year on business and personal loans. Laurel Road provides the same low rates and personalized services as DRB, but streamlines the processes with state-of-the-art technology.
Currently, more than 40 million Americans have some sort of loan debt. Monthly payments, combined with other costs of living, can make these loans seem impossible to repay. However, Laurel Road allows borrowers to have access to several services that can help leave debt behind, so they can stay focused on the road ahead. "We recognize the dedication our customers have shown to their professions, so here at Laurel Road, we offer an online lending experience with low rates, excellent service, and technology that makes getting a loan and paying it back, more seamless," said Walsh-Epstein.
Saving their customers a combined total of $400 million and funding $3 billion in loans, Laurel Road has the resources and experience to help you erase the dark cloud of debt. "Laurel Road combines the service of a small-town bank with the recourses of a national bank," said Walsh-Epstein. "We are confident we can help anyone with personal debt, student loans or mortgage payments."
Laurel Road, Member FDIC is a division of Darien Rowayton Bank and an Equal Opportunity Lender. Find out more by clicking here.