OMB is excited to announce the completion of its latest facility, a 6,300-square-foot Lending Center located at 3050 S. Delaware Ave. in Springfield.
The new location provides much-needed workspaces for members of OMB’s Treasury Services, IT, business banking and commercial lending. Improvements to the leased office space, located in the Financial Center Plaza, were primarily cosmetic. The building’s owner, Morris Loan & Investments Company, updated flooring and paint while other repairs and improvements were completed by OMB at an undisclosed cost.
“We continue to see very strong overall growth and we’ve been fortunate this year to have several opportunities to hire additional talent,” said Joey Orr, executive vice president of Community Banking. “With the quick acquisition of experienced mortgage and treasury teams, we once again needed to quickly create some additional space. Our full mortgage team is now located at our South National branch while our Treasury Services team and many of our lenders have been relocated to our new Lending Center. We are very excited about this new space as it provides us room to continue to grow and add additional talent.”
The Lending Center is located within walking distance of the existing OMB Operations Center. The building, which does not take deposits, is open to customers from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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