Signature Bank ranked #2 in the United States in three categories of the National Law Journal’s “Best Of” survey for the fourth consecutive year


NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Signature Bank (Nasdaq: SBNY), a New York-based full-service commercial bank, today announced that it ranked second in the nation in three categories of National Law Journal 11 “Best of” 2022and annual reader survey. Categories include merchant banking, private banking, and attorney escrow services. This is the fourth consecutive year that Signature Bank has ranked 2nd nationally in all three categories of The National Law Review annual survey.

Every year, The National Law Review, a ALM-published a national legal trade publication, surveys the national legal community, offering readers and members of the legal community the opportunity to vote for their choice of top vendors across a range of services and goods available to the legal profession. the National Law Review The “Best of” survey showcases different types of companies that serve the legal industry and stand out from their competitors.

The 2022 ranking revealed in the April 2022 edition of The National Law Review reflect the votes of thousands of lawyers and other legal professionals in many legal categories. The voting process is purely democratic.

“We continue to rank among the top nationally in these three banking categories because our founding single point of contact model is built on customer-centric service and relationship-based banking. Over the years, we have established a strong footing in the legal arena by placing the relationships we forge at the forefront of our institution. The reputation we are proud to have earned across the country is continually communicated through the voice of the legal community in this ranking. We deeply appreciate those who took the time to vote for Signature Bank, which is a clear expression of their loyalty to our bankers and this institution,” explained co-founder, president and CEO, Joseph J. DePaolo.

Signature Bank was also named #1 in the same three categories of the annual “Best of” 2021 ranking published by the New York Law Journal, The National Law Journal’s sister publication. It was the 12and consecutive year in which Signature Bank has placed in the top three in one or more of these same categories in the New York Law Review investigation.

Additionally, Signature Bank has earned a place in the “Best of” Hall of Fame of both The National Law Review and the New York Law Review reader polls. This honor is awarded only to entities that have consistently ranked in the same “Best of” categories for at least three of the past four years.

About Signature Bank

Signature Bank (Nasdaq: SBNY), Member FDIC, is a New York-based full-service commercial bank with 37 private client offices throughout the New York metropolitan area, as well as Connecticut, California and North Carolina. With its single-point-of-contact approach, the Bank’s retail banking teams primarily serve the needs of private businesses, their owners and senior executives.

The Bank has two wholly owned subsidiaries: Signature Financial, LLC, which provides financing and equipment leasing; and, Signature Securities Group Corporation, a licensed broker-dealer, investment advisor and member FINRA/SIPC, offers investment, brokerage, asset management and insurance products and services.

Since commencing operations in May 2001, Signature Bank has grown to $118.45 billion in assets as of December 31, 2021. With $106.13 billion in deposits as of year-end 2021, Signature Bank has placed 19and to S&P Global list of largest banks in the United States, based on deposits.

Signature Bank was the first FDIC-insured bank to launch a blockchain-based digital payment platform. Bookmark™ enables business customers to make real-time payments in US dollars, 24/7/365 and was also the first solution to be approved for use by the NYS Department of Financial Services.

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