Municipal & Government Banking

Help manage your governments and municipality’s finances and assets

At Brentwood Bank, our financial professionals have decades of combined experience helping local government officials effectively manage their finances and assets. Whether you’re looking for added value in managing your accounts or increased earnings on interest-bearing deposits, we make our decisions locally and can tailor our government banking services to fit your fiduciary responsibilities.

 

“Brentwood Bank has been the primary bank for the Bethel Park School District since 2011 and we couldn’t be happier. They provide the solutions and asset protection we need but their service is what separates them from other banks.” Leonard (Buzzy) Corazzi

 

Brentwood Bank has been an integral part of the communities we serve since 1922. Our focus remains the same; build relationships and partner with customers to meet their banking needs. Brentwood Bank is rated 5 Stars by Bauer Financial, Inc.*

 

Our municipal and government banking services give public sector customers tools and resources that can help them run state and local governments more efficiently.

 

  • Interest Calculation Based on Aggregated Balances
  • Cash Management Services
  • Online Account Access
  • Monthly Reporting
  • Remote Deposit Capture
  • Data and System Protection
  • Securitization of deposits in accordance with Act 72

 

For more details or a request for proposal, contact one of our Team Members below.

 

Joe Verduci
Joe Verduci
Vice President
NMLS# 641288
412.409.9100 ext 307
jverduci@brentwoodbank.com
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Clayton E. Kinlan
Clayton E. Kinlan
Assistant Vice President
NMLS# 1200801
412.409.9100 ext 155
ckinlan@brentwoodbank.com
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Greg Anderson
Gregory E. Anderson
Assistant Vice President
412.409.9100 ext 157
ganderson@brentwoodbank.com
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*BAUERFINANCIAL, Inc., Coral Gables, Florida, the nation’s leading independent bank and credit union rating and research firm, has been reporting on and analyzing the performance of U.S. banks and credit unions since 1983. No institution can pay for or opt out of a Bauer Financial rating. Consumers may obtain free star-ratings by visiting bauerfinancial.com.