22A — March 16 - 29, 2012 — New Jersey — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
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LORHAM PARK, NJ — Regal Bank has arr ived in Morr is New branch providing added convenience for Morris County customers Regal Bank comes to Florham Park F in her career. The new Regal branch officially opened for business in late December.
neighborhood.” Most members of the new branch’s staff already have worked at one of Regal’s three other locations, so they’ll avoid the challenges com- mon to new employees going through a training process. “Another benefit to our opening a FlorhamPark office is that Regal Vice President Christina Slater was a banker in the town for years, and she’s never stopped interact- ing with local individuals and businesses,” explains Weimer. “While this location is new, we’re starting off – between Christina’s background and mine -- with deep roots in the community.” Regal Bank’s three other offices are at 570 W. Mount Pleasant Avenue (headquar- ters) and 504 South Livings- ton Avenue, both in Livings- ton, as well as 180 Eagle Rock Avenue in Roseland. The bank’s primary emphasis is on a complete range of financial products and services, offered primarily throughout Essex and Hudson counties. ■ IBS’ president & CEO d i s c u s s e s Challenges of over- seas expansions and operat i ons TOTOWA, NJ — Edward Reilly, president & CEO of Intelligent Building Solutions, LLC (IBS), discussed chal- lenges of expanding U.S. busi- nesses overseas during New Jersey Technology Council’s (NJCT) panel discussion titled CEO Toolbox: Breaking Into the Global Market, which took place in New Brunswick. The forum brought together a panel of accomplished en- trepreneurs and technology company leaders as well as an audience of senior executives of New Jersey-based engineer- ing, life sciences, technology, software and telecommunica- tions firms. The discussion focused on addressing practi- cal issues related to managing personnel, client relation- ships, cultural differences, and dealing with varied legal environments when conduct- ing business abroad. ■
County, having opened its fourth location, a full-service branch office at the 30 Co- lumbia Turnpike building in Florham Park. Day-to-day operations at the branch – which provides 24-hour banking via lobby and drive-up service com- bined with online capabilities and ATM – are managed by Rita Weimer, who worked at a Florham Park bank earlier
“What’s most significant about our new Florham Park branch is the added con- venience it provides to our Morris County customers,” says David Orbach, chair- man of Regal Bank, which is headquartered in Livingston. “If they’ve been frequenting our Livingston and Rose- land locations, they’ll have even easier access to us, since we’re now right in their
Christina Slater and Rita Weimer
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