In 2020, the New York State Register of Historic Business Preservation was established by the state Legislature to recognize and promote businesses that have been in operation for at least 50 years and have made a significant contribution to their community’s history. The Bank of Greene County has been designated as part of this registry, honoring its impressive 135-year history and its continued adaptability to the needs of its communities.

On Monday, January 22, approximately 75 bank officers, executives, and guests gathered to ring the closing bell of the Nasdaq Stock Exchange as part of the celebration of the bank’s 135th anniversary and its 25th anniversary since being listed on the Nasdaq. Senator Michelle Hinchey praised Bank of Greene County, calling it “the epitome of a community-minded partner.” Donald Gibson, president and chief executive officer of Bank of Greene County, expressed his excitement about the bank’s recent accomplishments, including raising interest rates on e-checking and e-savings accounts and being added to the New York State Register of Historic Business Preservation. Overall, it has been an exceptional year for Bank of Greene County, and they look forward to celebrating this milestone occasion.

By Editor

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