Mayor Suzette Cooke joins First Citizens Bank staff, colleagues and Chamber representatives for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new office in Kent on Thursday. COURTESY PHOTO

Community welcomes First Citizens Bank

First Citizens Bank, a new tenant in Van Doren’s Landing Office Plaza building, welcomed staff, colleagues and friends to a Kent Chamber of Commerce-supported open house Thursday.

The lending and banking office, at 6703 S. 234th Street, Suite 100, Kent, is First Citizens Bank’s sixth branch in the state and is conveniently and centrally located for customers. The office supports a staff of four.

The office opened March 1.

First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company is a state-chartered commercial bank headquartered in Raleigh, N.C. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of First Citizens BancShares, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCNCA/FCNCB), a Delaware financial holding company also headquartered in Raleigh. Get an overview of First Citizens, a company that has grown to more than $31 billion in assets.

First Citizens Bank is the largest family-controlled bank in the country.

Learn more at firstcitizens.com.

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