John C. Tsunis, Chairman and CEO, along with James P. Johnis, President and COO, attend the Long Island Association Annual Spring Luncheon Featuring Special Guest Mitt Romney at Crest Hollow Country Club on Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Mitt Romney LIA EventSpeaking to more than 1,000 people at the Long Island Association’s spring luncheon at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate in 2012 and Massachusetts governor from 2003 to 2007, was interviewed for nearly an hour by LIA President Kevin Law. Romney touched on a number of topics, including his flawed 2012 presidential campaign, the failings of Obamacare, the fracking ban in New York State, income inequality, the greatest foreign threats to America and the 2016 election.

Gold Coast Bank President and COO, James P. Johnis, as featured in The Long Island Business News’ “Who’s Who in Banking / Finance”, February 2015.

Gold Coast Bank is honored to have our President and Chief Operating Officer, James P. Johnis, recognized for his outstanding leadership and experience in The Long Island Business News’ “ Who’s Who in Banking/Finance” feature.   Jim plays an integral role in executing the Board of Directors vision for the growth of Gold Coast Bank and his dedication has proven to be a critical element in what has become a year of transformation for the Bank.   The Board of Directors and all of us here would like to congratulate Jim and thank him for his contribution and  commitment to the continued success of Gold Coast Bank.  Read the full article by clicking here…

Catherine Califano, Gold Coast Bank Executive Vice President and CFO, comments on New York’s new tax code and the potential benefits to many banks.

Catherine Califano, Gold Coast Bank’s Executive Vice President and CFO spoke with Claude Solnik of The Long Island Business News about the impact of New York’s new tax code on Gold Coast and other community banks as well.   Califano speaks to the advantageous effects of this change in that Gold Coast has cut its state tax bill from roughly $100,000 two years ago, to around half that in 2014.  Read more by clicking here…

Gold Coast Bank Reports Fourth Consecutive Year of Profitability in 2014

Gold Coast Bank, known as Long Island’s Community Bank, today announced that net income for the year ended December 31, 2014 was …

4th Q 2014 Press Release

ALERT: Inclement Weather Closings

Due to winter storm conditions, Gold Coast Bank will be closing all branches at 2:00pm on Monday, January 26. All branches will remain closed on Tuesday, January 27. All branches are expected to reopen for normal business hours on Wednesday, January 28.