August 31, 2018 Share

The Bank of Princeton rings the closing bell at Nasdaq

Richard Gillespie, Chairman and Edward J. Dietzler, President/CEO were accompanied by Stephen Distler, Vice Chairman, Ross E. Wishnick, Vice Chairman and several other Board and Management team members to ring the bell and celebrate the bank’s anniversary and partnership with Nasdaq Global.

On August 21, 2018, The Bank of Princeton was invited by Nasdaq Global to celebrate its 1-year listing anniversary by ringing the closing bell at Nasdaq.

Richard Gillespie, Chairman and Edward J. Dietzler, President/CEO were accompanied by Stephen Distler, Vice Chairman, Ross E. Wishnick, Vice Chairman and several other Board and Management team members to ring the bell and celebrate the bank’s anniversary and partnership with Nasdaq Global.

Headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, The Bank of Princeton provides personal and business lending and deposit services as well as loan origination. Over the last 11 years, The Bank of Princeton, through its brand motto “Bank Wisely”, has built a best-in-class organization providing exceptional service and products to its retail and business customers, while building shareholder value. Since its inception in 2007, The Bank of Princeton has grown to over 13 locations and $1.2 billion in assets serving approximately 15,000 customers across the central New Jersey and Philadelphia, PA regions.

“Celebrating our listing anniversary— “BPRN” with Nasdaq Global, the sound of this bell rings in a new era of expansion and growth for our bank as we salute the shareholders, employees and customers who made our growth over the last decade possible.”
—Edward J. Dietzler, President

Richard Gillespie, Chairman and Edward J. Dietzler, President/CEO from The Bank of Princeton ring the closing bell on Nasdaq, while celebrating the bank’s 1-year listing anniversary with Nasdaq Global. (Photography courtesy of Libby Greene/Nasdaq, Inc.)

The Bank of Princeton is a community bank founded in 2007. The Bank is a New Jersey state-chartered commercial bank with ten branches in New Jersey, including three in Princeton and others in Hamilton, Pennington, Montgomery, Monroe, Lambertville, Lawrenceville, and New Brunswick. There are also three branches in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, operating as MoreBank, a division of The Bank of Princeton. The Bank of Princeton is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”)