Signature Bank Implements New Consumer and Business Programs for Veterans

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Savings and business products offered to support veterans and win their business

Signature Bank announced today that it is offering two distinct programs for U.S. veterans with personal and professional banking needs.

The first program is for veterans seeking capital for their small business. Signature Bank offers a $10,000 small business line of credit with an attractive rate in addition to free checking as a part of the program.

A second program is a new interest-bearing checking and savings account beginning November 11, 2012. This program offers one-percent interest on all Signature Bank checking and savings accounts held by U.S. veterans. In addition to interest, veterans would receive the other benefits all Signature Bank checking and savings customers receive including no ATM charges or other fees.

“American veterans have proudly served our country and we are happy to be able to offer them special products to show our appreciation and win their business,” stated Mick O’Rourke, president of Signature Bank. “With the economy’s slow recovery, veterans have been hit particularly hard and we hope that partnering with them for their banking needs might give them one small advantage in the marketplace.”

Veterans interested in exploring their banking options for these and other products should contact Chicago-based Signature Bank. For more information, visit

About Signature Bank
Signature Bank is wholly owned by Signature Bancorporation, Inc. Signature Bancorporation, founded in 2006, is one of the largest privately funded de novo bank holding companies ever established in Illinois. Based in Chicago, Signature Bank specializes in middle-market commercial banking and is a full-service retail bank offering a full breadth of financial product lines to consumers. Signature Bank offers a unique balance of relationship-driven service with leading-edge technology to provide customers with the personalization they expect from a community bank and the technology capabilities they demand from a national bank. Visit Signature Bank online at Member FDIC.


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