National Grand Bank Ranked Top 200 by US Banker!

National Grand Bank: “We Make Things Happen!”
With a motto like that, it’s no surprise that US Banker magazine ranked STA’s client, National Grand Bank of Marblehead, Massachusetts one of the “Top 200 Community Banks in the United States.”  In business for 178 years, National Grand Bank has had plenty of time to create a reliable business model that topped the other 7800 banks that were considered for the this distinction.  “Practice makes perfect,” comments NGB’s President, Jim Nye. “This prestigious honor validates that National Grand Bank has been doing business the right way for a long time—and we will continue these sound practices in the future.We’re honored to be ranked so highly among banks across the country that have assets up to 2 billion dollars.” The study rated the banks’ 3-year average return on equity, a leading indicator of financial stability and the effectiveness of the bank’s management of investors’ money. Public records showed that NGB’s return on equity in the last quarter was between two and fifteen times higher than any of its area competitors, and among the highest in the nation. In fact, National Grand Bank was one of only two banks in the state of Massachusetts to be ranked in the top 200.  Nye adds, “Our hardworking and experienced staff always strive to do what’s right and do their very best to help our customers achieve their financial goals and dreams.”  STA has been NGB’s agency of record for advertising and marketing since 2007.  STA is proud to be working with such a prestigious and highly recognized bank. Congratulations to President, Jim Nye, VP, Laura Best, and the entire team at National Grand Bank.

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