Abacus Bank In Your Community
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Abacus Bank maintains a long standing tradition of providing financial services to our communities, combined with exceptional personal customer service, since 1984. Personal service is our guiding principle, from providing products that meet and exceed individual customer needs, to doing the “little things” that make your experience with Abacus a special one.
Financial Education for Our Community
An important part of the Abacus Bank mission is educating its communities about fundamental financial knowledge and skills. Every year, Abacus Bank conducts several free seminars in the communities its Branches serve to help people understand the banking system and how banking can support and strengthen people’s quality of life and business growth.
8/27/2017 In order to promote the Chinese culture, sponsored by Abacus Bank, the 1st Annual Carnival Lion Dancing Extravagant will be held in Leif Ericson Park Brooklyn on 9/10/2017. State Senator Martin J. Golden office and NY Lotus Light Association will organize this event. Mr. William Hwang, the V.P. of Abacus Bank gave a congratulatory speech in the press conference held on 8/27/2017. Senator Martin J. Golden, Mr. David Li – Executive Director of NY Lotus Light Association, and Mr. Gong Yee – Board Chairman of Taishan Association Inc. also attended the conference . Please click here for details.
8/1/2017 Abacus Bank CEO Jill Sung, along with William Hwang, VP of Community Relations, Boya Li, Marketing Manager and Jay Xue, Regional Branch Manager, held Summer Youth Financial Workshop for 37 students from the summer school camp of Boon Church in Flushing NY. The workshop focused on saving money and earning interest. If you know of an organization that works with teenagers or the elderly, and would be interested in having Abacus Bank conduct a seminar for its members, please contact William Hwang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6/3/2017 Abacus Bank CEO Jill Sung, along with William Hwang, VP of Community Relations and Boya Li, Marketing Manager, held financial literacy seminars for 52 students from the New York Chinese School in Chinatown, NYC. The seminars focused on saving money, earning interest, and what banks look at when lending money. This is the first in a series of financial literacy seminars focusing on teenagers and the elderly that Abacus Bank is planning to conduct this year throughout its community. If you know of an organization that works with teenagers or the elderly, and would be interested in having Abacus Bank conduct a seminar for its members, please contact William Hwang at email@example.com. For more information regarding this seminar and news coverage, please click here.
5/8/2017 Abacus Bank and Philadelphia Ong Leong Chinese Merchant's Association have jointly held a Mortgage seminar at Philadelphia An Long Chinese Merchant Association. Please click here for details.
3/11/2017 Abacus Bank CEO & President Jill Sung together with 9 Abacus employees have joined the 15 Year Anniversary Celebration for Sino-American Business Association, Corp.
3/4/2017 At Taiwan Center in Flushing, Abacus Bank has successfully held a financial seminar in Taiwan Center, Flushing. Abacus Bank V.P. William Hwang, Annie Fu--Honor President of Sino-American Business Assn, Jimmy Fu-President of Sino-American Business Assn, William Kam TSE-Honorary President of Wen Chow Assn Inc., and CPA Tien Wang have shared with attendees useful information regarding loans and filing tax returns. Abacus Loan Specialists Terry Cheung and C Jay Zhang also talked about the First Time Home Buyer Program. Please click here for details.
2/8/2017 Meeting at Manhattan Chinatown, Abacus Bank V.P. William Hwang with David Fu--Chairman of Fu Generation Foundation, David Li-- Esq, NY Lotus Light Association President, Gong Yee--President of Wuyi American Association and Artists from China to discuss Brooklyn Community financial education, art exhibition and business development.
1/31/2017 During 2017 Chinese Lunar New Year Greetings Visits, Abacus Bank V.P. William Hwang met and discussed with community leaders CCBA President Jerry Shiao, Lin Sing Association Senior Advisor Eddie Chiu, Fu Jian Association Chairman Xue Shun Chen, Vice Chairman Keith Cheng, and San Kiang Charitable Association Chairman Zhou Ding Wei regarding the cooperation of future community development activities to benefit new immigrants and community businesses.
1/20/2017 Talking about our community prosperity, William Hwang, Vice President of our Abacus Bank met with Peter Koo, NYC Councilman and Gary Hu, President of Flushing Chinese Business Association(FCBA) on FCBA annual event held on 1/20/2017.
1/21/2017 At San Kiang Charitable Association Chinese New Year Event on 1/21/2017, William Hwang, the Vice President of our Abacus Federal Savins Bank, met with William Woo, Councilman of Borough of Englewood Cliffs, discussing about the future business development in New Jersey Community. Pictures show the V.P of Abacus Bank: William Hwang with the Councilman: William Woo; The Chairman of Sang Kiang Charitable Association: Kai Wu; The Chairman of Myanmar Chinese Association of NY: William Su; The Chairman of NY Ningbo Association: Sanyan Wong; The Chairman of Fu Generation Foundation: David Fu, and other community leaders.
12/15/2016 Abacus Bank had successfully held a financial seminar in NYC with NY Ningbo Association. Numvers of business association leaders and business owners attended this seminar. Please click here for details.
9/12/2017 Abacus Bank and Chang Le American Association, Inc. held a free Mortgage seminar in Chinatown. Please click here for details.
8/1/2016 Abacus Bank provided a financial seminar in our PA branch and Hansen Financial Services was invited to address lending services and requirements to our community.
7/1/2016 Abacus Bank gave an introduction of Bank's mortgage and banking products to a Business Forum organized by Taishan Association at Brooklyn Park Asia Restaurant.
6/6/2016 Abacus Bank provided a financial seminar to students as part of the Summer Port of Entry Program Orientation at Queensborough Community College.