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A New and Improved seasidebank.com is Here!

We’re excited to announce the launch of our newly-designed website. Everything from the colors, fonts, layout and feel has been updated to provide a more vibrant and convenient experience. We hope you’ll notice an ease in locating and accessing information. The modern, clean and simplified browsing experience allows you to quickly find the financial resources and product information you’re looking for, learn about the great services available to you as a client or connect with the right Seaside expert.
 

All products, contacts and locations still have a home on the new website and you’ll still be able to find your most frequently visited pages through our streamlined navigation menu, our new search functionality, or even your old browser bookmarks!

New Site, Same Seaside

In addition to a brand new design that includes refreshed colors, imagery and layout, here’s a look into new site.

 
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Simplified main navigation with links to most frequently visited pages.
  • Private Banking
  • Commercial Banking
  • Wealth Management
  • The Seaside Difference
  • Locations
  • Contact
  • Search
  • Login

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Access all your accounts right from the main navigation menu on all pages of the site.
  • Online Banking
  • Wealth Management
  • Your Mortgage
  • Credit Cards
 

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Expanded product offering information easily available.
  • Banking
  • Lending
  • Treasury Management Services
  • Wealth Management
  • Insurance
 
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Quickly identify and contact your Client Advisor through our new Team Member Widget and individual pages.

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