Metropolis Nationwide Bank opened its doorways in The Boro final week.
The bank, which is a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Canada, introduced the opening of the 4,200-square-foot full-service regional banking middle (8301 Greensboro Drive, Suite J), noting that it’ll assist higher serve purchasers within the D.C. and Northern Virginia areas.
“Greater Washington has responded well to City National’s deep expertise and customized solutions,” Juan Jara, who leads the bank’s private and enterprise banking staff. “Opening our Tysons office will enable us to help individuals and local businesses navigate these uncertain times and reach their financial goals.”
The Tysons staff of 4 business bankers will work carefully with Royal Bank of Canada’s wealth administration and capital markets companies, the press launch mentioned.
For the final three years, Metropolis Nationwide Bank has expanded within the D.C., Boston, Lengthy Island and Miami areas. In July, the bank opened two new branches in New York, the bank mentioned in a press launch.
The Tysons department is following COVID-19 steerage in Fairfax County to maintain purchasers and staff to cut back the unfold of COVID-19, the press launch mentioned. The department is open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekdays, in response to the bank’s web site.
The bank is the newest of a string of newcomers to the Tysons growth this summer season, together with Santouka Ramen, FRESHFARM Farmers Markets and Poki DC.
Picture courtesy Metropolis Nationwide Bank