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First New York Announces William Chow Promoted to Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending



First New York Federal Credit Union is proud to announce that William Chow has been promoted from Commercial Business Development Officer to Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending. William joined First New York in June 2011 with over 10 years of experience in commercial and residential lending. He has a BA of Business Administration in Accounting & Finance from Siena College.

First New York Federal Credit Union was founded in 1937 as Schenectady Teachers Federal Credit Union and now operates six full service branches throughout the greater Capital Region. The credit union offers traditional financial products found at many financial institutions including checking and savings accounts, share certificates and money market accounts, auto and personal loans, mortgages and home equity loans, and commercial deposit and loan accounts. First New York Federal Credit Union also operates in-school branches run by student volunteers throughout the area, including Schenectady, Mohonasen, and Scotia-Glenville High Schools.

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The Tri-City ValleyCats and Community Resource Federal Credit Union have teamed up again in 2018 on the “Home Run Community Heroes Starting 9” initiative, a program that aims to highlight those that go above and beyond in the Capital Region community. A selection of nine nominees will be recognized in an on-field ceremony on Thursday, July 19…
Whitney Young Health held an official ribbon cutting and open house for their renovated Albany Dental Practice located at 900 Lark Drive in Albany. This $2 million dollar project is part of Whitney Young Health’s Campaign for Smiles, a fundraising initiative to expand and enhance dental services in the Capital Region. The new space allows for…
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Learn tips and tricks on how to ask for a donation from local businesses. It can be intimidating to ask businesses to invest their money in your…
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Join us for a ribbon cutting celebrating the new Discovery Center at the Robert C. Parker School. A letter from the school: We are thrilled to announce,…
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Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of The Little Rice Ball! The Little Rice Ball believes that any restaurant can play their part in protecting our…
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