Enterprise Bank expands with new Scottsdale location

Ribbon cutting at the Enterprise Bank grand opening (submitted photo)

Ribbon cutting at the Enterprise Bank grand opening (submitted photo)

Enterprise Bank & Trust is proud to announce the expansion of a new north Scottsdale location which opened on Nov. 2, strengthens its commitment to the community and clients in the northeast Valley.

The new branch located at 8698 E. Raintree Dr., Suite 104 will blend business banking and private banking under one roof.

The Scottsdale location will provide customers a comprehensive array of financial services including business and relationship bankers, personal bankers, residential and commercial mortgage services  as well as a 24 hour drive-up ATM, according to a press release.

“Enterprise Bank was founded on building and fostering local relationships and we are proud to expand that commitment to the Scottsdale community with the opening of our new branch,” stated Jack Barry, Enterprise Bank & Trust President and CEO-Arizona Region, in the release. “We are dedicated to serving the business community, Valley residents, family-owned businesses and their entrepreneurial endeavors and this new location will enable us extend our services and further enrich those relationships.”

The bank commemorated the new branch location with an open house event in November. Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane joined clients, valued partners and members of the community to mark the occasion.

For more information about Enterprise Bank & Trust, please visit www.enterprisebank.com.

Jack Barry is pictured, Mayor Jim Lane in the middle, and Peter Benoist, President and CEO of Enterprise Bank & Trust. (submitted photo)

Jack Barry is pictured, Mayor Jim Lane in the middle, and Peter Benoist, President and CEO of Enterprise Bank & Trust. (submitted photo)

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