UTICA — The Syracuse District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration announced on Oct. 29 that Adirondack Bank was once again named the top small community lender in Central New York.
The bank approved loans totaling $6,295,000, outperforming all other small community lenders with an asset size of less than $1 billion in the Central New York region, according to a news release.
This marks the fifth consecutive year Adirondack Bank has received this distinction, according to a release.
“We are pleased to have earned this designation from the SBA for the fifth year in a row. Small business is the backbone of the communities we serve and being a financial resource to our neighbors has always been a priority for us. We are proud to partner with the SBA to provide these programs in support of our customers in and around Central and Northern New York,” said Adirondack Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Rocco Arcuri, Sr.