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October 6, 2020

City National President Rich Raffetto on bank expansion to Manhattan West

City National Bank President Rich Raffetto spoke with Crain's New York Business about its latest office, Manhattan West, just across the street from the new Hudson Yards development.


September 30, 2020

Kelly Coffey Named One of the Most Powerful Women in Banking

City National CEO Kelly Coffey was named as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Banking,” by American Banker. This is the first time a woman from City National Bank has made the list.


September 1, 2020

City National Presented Variety's Sports and Entertainment Event

City National Bank was the official presenter of Variety's Sports and Entertainment event. Sports banker Todd Burach, senior relationship manager with Entertainment Banking, interviewed Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and CAA Football Agent Ed Berry, who represents Aaron. 


Press Releases

October 6, 2020

SAG-AFTRA and Exactuals Direct Deposit Initiative Hits Major Milestone: 1 Million Payments

SAG-AFTRA’s initiative with payment-processing company Exactuals to provide direct deposit of members’ residuals has been enormously successful, marking 1 million deposits. 


October 5, 2020

City National Bank Opens in Buckhead

The new branch will enable City National to better serve Atlanta’s businesses, entrepreneurs, high-net-worth individuals and their families.


October 5, 2020

City National Bank Opens in Manhattan West

The new flagship financial center in the growing Hudson Yards neighborhood will enable City National to better serve New York.


Video News

October 9, 2020

CIO Galvin on Bloomberg: No Fiscal Support Could Be the Grinch that Steals Christmas

City National Rochdale Chief Investment Officer Tom Galvin was a guest on Bloomberg’s “The Close” program, where he discussed the economic recovery, how vaccine developments and the potential for lockdowns are keeping him up at night, the upcoming election and the market’s strongest week since August.