Anthony E. Burke Joins the Boards of Directors of Sterling Bancorp and Sterling National Bank.
Mr. Burke, 57, brings over 30 years of diverse financial services experience to Sterling's Boards. He currently serves as Director and Treasurer for Richmond County Savings Foundation and Director for Peter B. Cannell & Co. Previously he held various senior-level executive positions, including President, Chief Operating Officer and Director, at New York Community Bancorp, New York Community Bank and Richmond County Savings Bank. Mr. Burke started his career, and became a Partner, in Ernst & Young's Financial Services Practice.
"We are pleased to welcome Anthony to Sterling's Boards of Directors," said Louis J. Cappelli, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "His extensive experience, proven track record and reputation in the banking and financial services industries will be invaluable as we continue to strategically grow our product portfolios and expand our geographic reach."
Mr. Burke is a certified public accountant and holds a BS in Economics from St. John's University and an MBA in Accounting and Finance from Columbia University's Graduate School of Business. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of numerous charitable organizations.
About Sterling Bancorp
Sterling Bancorp is a financial holding company with assets of $1.7 billion, offering a broad array of banking and financial services products. Its principal banking subsidiary is Sterling National Bank, founded in 1929. Sterling provides a wide range of products and services, including business and consumer loans, commercial and residential mortgage lending and brokerage, asset-based financing, factoring, trade financing, equipment leasing, corporate and consumer deposit services, trust and estate administration, and investment management services. The Company has operations in New York, New Jersey, Virginia and North Carolina and conducts business throughout the U.S.
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|Date:||Jun 8, 2004|
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