When you bank with GRB you’re helping us serve and strengthen the local community. That’s because GRB makes its deposits available so local businesses and individuals can grow and prosper.
From supporting your favorite Rochester landmark – to a leading dental technology company – to the IT company where your neighbor works – to helping families buy a home – GRB is Here. For You.
Find out how GRB is working to keep Rochester ROC solid.
GRB is pleased to announce it has been selected as one of the “Best Companies to Work for in New York” for the sixth year in a row. More information is available on our Blog. So proud of our amazing GRB employee team!
While GRB remains open as an essential business, we are doing our part to follow health officials’ recommendations regarding social distancing. We wish all of our customers and their families the best and remain prepared to assist in any way we can. Read more about service updates.
What Our Commercial Banking Customers Say About the Importance of Community Banking and Community Building
We understand your personal banking needs are unique, so we offer a comprehensive range of products. Whether it’s managing your day-to-day banking, purchasing a new or used car, remodeling the basement, or putting on that new addition, GRB can help.
We are just a little more than 10 days into the launch of the Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and I am proud to announce that GRB has already closed its first 80 PPP loans. That means we are getting much-needed funds into the hands of our community businesses. This initial group represents […]
In uncertain times, being able to help others can often be our greatest comfort. Since this crisis began, GRB has implemented a number of protections for consumer customers to ease their financial burden. I am proud to add that over the last 72 hours we have also been able to offer our small business customers […]
We’re proud to have GRB President and CEO Philip Pecora interviewed in the Rochester Beacon about the competitiveness of community banks. Of particular note, the article points out that smaller banks are actually outpacing the growth of larger institutions: “Despite the size differential, the smaller banks—which make up 92 percent of FDIC-insured institutions—continue to do […]