More than a restaurant,
more than a bank
Starting a business when many big banks weren’t lending, Rob Anderson and Loic Rossignon received the financing they needed from Seamen’s Bank. Since then, The Canteen has developed into an active year-round business and supporter of many local endeavors. Their growing success led to a growing staff which led them to make a significant investment in affordable housing for their employees.
According to Rob, “We want The Canteen to be a catalyst for change resulting in community that is vibrant in every season. Seamen’s understands that and has supported us every step of the way. We know and appreciate the employees in every department. Our plans to open a restaurant always included plans to become part of the Outer Cape community. In those efforts, Seamen’s is truly the ideal partner.”
Seamen's Bank Long Point Charitable Foundation is proud to announce a $15,000 donation to the Provincetown Art Association and Museum's exhibition The Arrival 1620. The Bank's Foundation is honored to support the showcase of visual history of the Pilgrims' First...read more
Seamen’s Bank will be collecting new and lightly used coats, jackets, ski pants, hats, gloves and boots at all of their locations. These much-needed items will be donated to Mass Appeal in Wellfleet. Mass Appeal is a non-profit organization providing free clothing,...read more
Seamen’s Bank is pleased to announce that Rady Antova will be the new Branch Manager and Business Development Officer of the Bank’s Eastham Branch. Rady has extensive banking knowledge, bringing more than 12 years of experience to her new role. Most recently, she...read more