Bank expands GH office

The Bank of Holland has expanded its business banking branch in Grand Haven from purely a business-lending office to a full-service branch.
Tribune Staff
Feb 7, 2013

The office is at 16930 Robbins Road, where it now offers on-site deposits, withdrawals, account opening, consumer loans and courier service. The couriers go to businesses, on a daily or as-needed basis, to pick up deposits or other banking transactions for same-day processing Monday through Friday.

Tom Werkman, vice president and market manager for the Grand Haven location, said the Bank of Holland provides banking strategies for small- and mid-size businesses in West Michigan.

"As we ramped up this new Grand Haven location, we were already actively meeting with area business owners who had reached out to us looking for a bank that provided straightforward and dependable banking services, as well as sound advice,” he said.

The Bank of Holland opened in 1998 in Holland and expanded into Grand Rapids seven years later. The Grand Haven office opened in 2011. As of December 2012, the bank has total assets of $650 million.

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