FineMark National Bank Trust Announces Plans for Bonita Springs Office

FineMark National Bank Trust plans to open a Bonita Springs office in January 2009, announced Joseph R. Catti, president and CEO. Construction has already begun on the new office, which is located at 10010 Coconut Road in the Brooks Town Center, near Coconut Point.

Like FineMark’s flagship office, which is located in Riverwalk at Whiskey Creek in Fort Myers, the Coconut Point office will offer a full spectrum of banking options, including a depository, lending, and trust and investment services.

The 9,390-square-foot, Mediterranean-style building will feature a grand two-story banking lobby, two-lane drive thru, conference rooms, a full-service kitchen for catered events, and office space for 20-plus staff. Dennis Landfried, a veteran private banker and trust specialist, will be responsible for the office.

“The new location will enable us to develop deeper relationships with existing clients in the Bonita Springs and Estero community, and develop new relationships there as well,” said Catti. “We are excited to be able to enhance the private banking experience in the area.”

Gora McGahey Associates in Architecture provided the design for the new office. Owen-Ames-Kimball Company is the general contractor.

About FineMark National Bank Trust

Founded in 2006, FineMark National Bank Trust offers a wide array of personal and commercial banking services, primarily to the Lee County area. It also provides comprehensive personalized financial services, including fiduciary services, through its trust department, including asset management, trust administration, estate settlement, custody services and guardianship administration. FineMark boasts a well-established team of seasoned banking professionals who have served the community in a culture of integrity and with an emphasis on service. For more information, visit or call (239) 461-5900.

Media Contacts:

Joseph R. Catti, FineMark National Bank Trust, (239) 461-5910
Richard E. Riley, FineMark National Bank Trust, (239) 461-5915
Karen Baxter, Priority Marketing, or (239) 267-2638

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