The Face of Private Banking
Stephanie Comer Valliance Bank
If you’re not familiar with the term “Private Banking,” it’s as good as it sounds.
Formerly reserved for extremely high net worth clients, community banks such as Valliance Bank are now making private banking available to busy professionals and small businesses that can benefit from access to a dedicated banker and individualized attention.
Products and services catered to private banking clients include online cash management, lines of credit, capital funding, business startup assistance and private bank consumer and corporate credit cards.
“Our primary focus is executives, business professionals and entrepreneurs,” says Stephanie Comer, Vice President and Manager of The Private Banking at Valliance. “You have a dedicated financial partner that customizes financing and personalized services specific to the needs of your expanding business.”
Relationship banking understands there is a real person, a face and a name at the end of every decision.
“Our private bankers intimately know their clients’ business,” she says. “We serve clients that are busy running a business who have to worry about a lot of other things. We are the ‘easy button’ of banking.”
While its downtown office is its primary hub for private banking in Oklahoma City, those services are available at all bank locations.