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Main Street Bank Adds Three Banking Industry Leaders

BINGHAM FARMS, Mich., Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Main Street Bank is excited to announce the hiring of three long time industry experts, commercial banker Sandee Adams, and residential mortgage bankers Matt West and Timothy Wayland. All join Main Street with extensive banking backgrounds with each exhibiting 20 plus years' experience.

Ms. Adams brings her experience and expertise to a rapidly growing commercial division while Mr. West a former Top Volume Producer at GMAC closing over 100 million dollars in one year, and Mr. Wayland who brings a pedigree of 7,500 closed loans will enhance the bank's residential mortgage division.

"Given that we are a personal, community-focused bank, their attention to detail and relationship focused business model, fit in very well with our vision and mission," says Jeffrey I. Kopelman, president and CEO of Main Street Bank, adding, "any time you can add industry leaders to your operation, you have to consider it a monumental acquisition."

Founded in 2005, Main Street Bank serves small- to medium-sized business and individual accounts with an emphasis on personalized service, a broad spectrum of products, and operating standards that emphasize and support the region. Its headquarters and main customer banking office are located at 31780 Telegraph Road, north of 13 Mile, in Bingham Farms, Michigan. Additional residential mortgage offices are located in Northville, Clinton Township and Rochester.

CONTACT:
Bruce A. Rosenblat
MAIN STREET BANK
[email protected]
248-530-0500

SOURCE Main Street Bank

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