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heraldsun.com: Sale of ex-CCB building looming
About 250 employees occupy 11 floors of the 270-foot-tall building.Sarro said the bank wanted to house its employees in a more efficient setting downtown."We are not moving from downtown,"
heraldsun.com: SunTrust pondering move from vintag...
If it winds up moving the bulk of its operations to another location, SunTrust will retain a branch that operates on the ground floor of the tower, and also is likely to keep some offices there.It also intends to keep its name on the signature sign that tops the building, Sarro said. It's also possible that the bank will choose to stay put, though the impetus for looking around is the conviction that "the space that we have isn't working for us very well," Sarro said. The 250 or so SunTrust employees who work in the tower occupy 11 of its floors, "not very efficiently in some cases,"
"We have been meeting with CRANC and have had good discussions with them," Sarro says."Some issues are outstanding, but we feel that we have a great reputation and are good corporate citizens.Any implication that we engage in any discriminatory lending is totally without merit.Are there areas to improve?Of course, and we are working with them." There's nothing wrong with so-called "tiered pricing," Sarro continued, stating that it is a widely used practice in the banking industry nationwide and is approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Sarro says fighting Internet fraud is a large problem for banks across America.
heraldsun.com: CCB's 12-foot-tall letters removed ...
But the signs are only outward manifestations of an internal change that has been occurring for months,
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