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Citywide Banks launches ability to open business accounts remotely

Customers to experience heightened digital connectivity for business needs


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Citywide Banks recently launched mobile account opening for business deposit products. Customers can now open business checking, savings and money market accounts online. In an industry where technology is quickly moving toward digital connectivity, mobile account opening is the next step in meeting customer needs. 

“Online account opening for business accounts, coupled with the benefits of our local community banking model, gives us a unique competitive advantage,” says Joanne Sherwood, president and CEO, Citywide Banks.

To open a business account, customers can go to www.citywidebanks.com and complete the online application.

About Citywide Banks: Citywide Banks, is a subsidiary of Heartland Financial USA, Inc. (NASDAQ: HTLF). Citywide Banks is a state-chartered, community-invested bank with assets of approximately $2.3 billion and banking centers located across Colorado's Front Range, Foothills and Mountain communities. C Visit www.citywidebanks.com to learn more.  Citywide Banks is a member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.

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