STAMFORD, Conn. -- Known as Stamford Savings Bank from its inception in 1851 until the 1980s, First County Bank has long serviced the advising, lending and financing needs of residents and business in southern Fairfield County.
Reyno Giallongo Jr., chairmen of the board and CEO of First County Bank, credits mutuality and community involvement for the company's success. The bank has served the community in its 15 branches across Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk and Westport. From its humble beginnings, the bank has grown from just over $100,000 in size to nearly $1.5 billion today.
Giallongo credits his employees' leadership and public-spirited attitude for establishing the bank's trust within the community. In addition to its institutional role, the bank sponsors dozens of activities within the community and many employees work in non-profit financial education schools. Giallongo is especially proud of these partnerships and encourages all members of his team to engage with the community on a personal level.
First County Bank continues to provide their customers with personalized service and state-of-the-art banking to help them work towards financial success.
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