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TrustBank hosts ribbon cutting for new Scottsdale office

Posted 11/11/21

TrustBank hosted a community-driven grand opening signaling its further Arizona expansion featuring its newest location in Scottsdale earlier this month. TrustBank has been growing its Arizona …

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TrustBank hosts ribbon cutting for new Scottsdale office

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TrustBank hosted a community-driven grand opening signaling its further Arizona expansion featuring its newest location in Scottsdale earlier this month. TrustBank has been growing its Arizona footprint with offices in Mesa, Phoenix and now in Scottsdale, according to a press release.

Sandra Hudson, president of TrustBank and CEO of Wealth Management, hosted an official ribbon cutting with the Honorable Mayor David Ortega as well as Mark Stanton, president and CEO of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce, together with the bank’s officers and executives.

The open house event was attended by clients, associates, community leaders, family and friends who enjoyed food by local M Culinary Concepts and local jazz duo, Prickly Pear Jazz.

“We have much to be grateful for, as TrustBank continues on its rapid growth trajectory. We owe thanks to our exceptional caliber of bank leadership, our industry partners, and loyal long-time clients. Our mission strongly supports our local communities where we all believe it is our responsibility to make a difference,” said Hudson.

Additionally, guests were treated to a rare art show from a local Scottsdale non-profit art gallery, ARTONE Gallery in Old Town. Attendees viewed individual art pieces from an array of creative artists using different mediums, ranging from a 10-year-old to an Arizona State University professor who are represented by the unique gallery, founded by Kraig Foote over 20 years ago.

TrustBank has a 108-year legacy of providing complex strategic financial stewardship enveloping total life planning — investment management, trust and estate wealth management, legacy planning, customized lending solutions, personalized wealth banking and philanthropic services.

TrustBank holds the Bauer 5 Star Rating as well as the Chambers High Net Worth award, designated by its peers, the press release stated.

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