Fifth Third Bancorp FITB, Opens small business accounts for business loans

Fifth Third Bancorp

Rochester, NY 8/19/2009 09:22 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)

Fifth Third Bancorp added 30 new positions, which will place a Small Business Banker at each of its branches from Lansing to Grand Haven. It makes easier to small business customers that can drop in at their local bank branch and open accounts, apply for loans and obtain other financial assistance specific to small businesses.

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The bank is seeking for candidates with strong sales backgrounds and a proven track record of excellent customer service.

"It was a huge inconvenience to come to Grand Rapids for customers located in Kalamazoo, or even if they were just in Alger Heights," says Jennifer Ranville, bank spokesperson.

"We're always evaluating how we can better serve our customers and this was an easy fix. It also created some new positions, which we're always very happy about."
 
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