The Bank of Greenwich Invites Community Participation in Initial Offering

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The Bank of Greenwich, a new full-service commercial bank to be headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, announced today that the Board of Directors will open its initial stock offering to the public until April 14, 2006.

The Bank of Greenwich, a new full-service commercial bank to be headquartered in Greenwich, announced today that the Board of Directors will open its initial stock offering to the public until April 14, 2006.

Stephen C. Thurlow, who serves as Chairman of the Organizer’s Group, said, “The Bank of Greenwich is focused on our local community, which makes the positive response from the Greenwich community so important. We are very encouraged by the interest shown in the Offering thus far.”

Robert J. Oca, who will be CEO of The Bank of Greenwich, is a local commercial banker with over 30 years experience in the Greenwich area. He has served as President and CEO of several area banks, including the former Connecticut Community Bank in Greenwich. Mr. Oca stated “the recent mergers of banks in our area reinforces our belief that a bank, headquartered in Greenwich and managed by local individuals with a vested interest in the community’s well-being, will be a welcome addition to the Town’s landscape.”

This is a unique opportunity to invest in the only bank headquartered in Greenwich – Greenwich’s “hometown” bank. The Bank of Greenwich brings together an outstanding team of accomplished banking and business professionals with strong ties to the community.

In addition to Mr. Oca and Mr. Thurlow, the group of Organizers includes: James E. Calkins; George F. D’Angelo; John J. Fareri; William H. Gallagher; Noel Levine; Anthony J. Melillo, Jr.; Richard M. Sontag; and Thomas A. Steen. The Bank’s Founders are: Michael S. Josephson; Mark E. Rattner; Barry J. Small; and B. Todd Trimmer.

The mission of The Bank of Greenwich is to provide superior products and exceptional service to its personal and business clients.

Offers to sell or solicitations of offers to purchase securities can only be made through an Offering Circular. An Offering Circular, providing detailed information regarding the Shares, can be obtained by calling Robert J. Oca or James E. Calkins at (203) 622-7680, or by writing to The Bank of Greenwich, Two Sound View Drive, Suite 100, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830.

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