Tuscaloosa-based community bank, Bryant Bank, has announced that a second Mountain Brook office, located at 117 Euclid Avenue, is coming soon. Until 2017, the bank had a small banking office in the Mountain Brook Village Rite Aid shopping center but had to relocate due to the redevelopment of the property.
“It has been our desire to find a replacement location for the Mountain Brook area and we are happy to have found one in the heart of Crestline Village that provides great opportunity to continue to nurture our existing relationships while we seek to grow and expand in the area as well,” said Randy Jordan, Birmingham market president.
A team of existing Bryant Bankers will transfer to the new office to lead the bank in this effort. Kayla Kustos, currently at the Hoover office, will serve as branch manager. Lauren Tatum, currently at the Greystone office, will serve as assistant branch manager and Rosie Bensinger, currently at the Cahaba Village office, will serve as head teller.
The location will offer the bank’s full line of products and services such as personal, business, and mortgage banking, treasury management services, digital banking, and a drive-thru with an ATM.
“We are confident that this addition and Bryant Bank’s community bank model will continue to resonate with and meet the needs of both the individuals and businesses in Mountain Brook and the surrounding communities,” said Jordan. “Additionally, this experienced team of bankers genuinely cares about you, your family, and your business from the moment you meet them.”
The open date will be announced in the coming weeks. Bryant Bank continues to navigate the impact that COVID-19 has on Alabama and the safety of the Bank’s employees and customers are the priority at all times. Bryant Bank lobbies remain closed but drive-thru lanes are open.
Founded in 2005 by Paul W. Bryant, Jr., Bryant Bank’s vision is to see every Alabamian experience a financially stable future and live in a thriving community. Bryant Bankers put care into action to help Alabamians invest in their full potential every day. The Bank offers 16 branches in five Alabama markets – Huntsville, the Birmingham area, Tuscaloosa, Mobile, and Baldwin County, and employees over 260 people.