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THE COURIER/Photos by Mike DiBartolomeo
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Rei Perez, Neil Giannelli, Edwin Cintron, Michael Scavelli (Senior Lending Manager of the Queens Territory), Josh Schneps (Queens Courier), Irina Shaulov, Surayyah Mohammed, Romina Campuzano, Michael Avezov, Jack Friedman, Erika L. Maldonado, Artem Melshin, Irma Zizva, Seth Bornstein, Shaheen Khan, Anthony Granda, Sohrab Chowdhury (Financial Consultant at KUS Services) and Rhonda DeLorenzo

Citibank, which is expanding in the five boroughs, recently cut the ribbon on its new Forest Hills North branch, located on the corner of 108th Street and 64th Road.

Anthony Granda, branch manager of the Forest Hills North branch, has 17 years of banking experience and is a seven year resident of the community. He is joined by Assistant Branch Manager Gladys Mati, a Forest Hills resident with 10 years of banking experience. Personal Bankers Irma Zizva, Shaheen Khan and Irina Shaulov also bring years of banking experience to the community, as do tellers Romina Campuzano, Surayyah Mohammed, Artem Meslshin and Ramzi Shakir. The team speaks many languages to serve the community including English, Russian, Georgian, Bukharian, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Arabic, Persian and Tagalog.

 

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