Nearly a hundred business owners and professionals helped Bank of Georgetown celebrate its new downtown office in Franklin Square March 26 with a ribbon cutting and networking reception co-hosted by the D.C. Chamber of Commerce.
Bank of Georgetown's Chairman Curt Winsor, President and CEO Mike Fitzgerald, and Vice President and Branch Manager Mirline Boutin welcomed guests, who enjoyed delicious appetizers and cocktails while they mingled throughout the sleek interior of the bank’s newest branch and downtown office.
Barbara Lang, D.C. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, and Gennet Purcell, Deputy Commissioner for the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB), were present and remarked on Bank of Georgetown’s impressive growth throughout the city and greater Washington area. Both also noted how honored they were to participate in celebrating the bank’s sixth branch opening in the heart of the city's downtown corridor.
Recognized as one of the healthiest banks in the D.C. area, Bank of Georgetown is one of only two community chartered banks in District. Since its opening in 2005, the bank has established branches in Georgetown, Friendship Heights, Penn Quarter, at Conn. and L, at Franklin Square, in the Courthouse area of Arlington, Va., Bethesda, Md., as well as a commercial lending office in Gaithersburg, Md.