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Sun National Bank is committed to serving the banking needs of our communities and customers, inclusive of low- and moderate income geographies and low- and moderate income borrowers and small businesses. Our principal focus is business lending, including both small business loans and large commercial loans. 

Through our lending programs, we are committed to helping meet the credit needs of individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations, consistent with safe and sound banking practices. 

Sun also helps build and give back to the communities it serves by investing in and contributing to local community development initiatives that help foster affordable housing, economic development, community services, and community stabilization, revitalization, and growth. 

Through our network of more than 30 branches in New Jersey, Sun provides access to banking services to customers in each of our communities in New Jersey. 

Sun and its employees participate in various outreach and community building activities by donating time, funds, and expertise, often in leadership roles, to charitable and community development organizations and civic causes in each of our communities.

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