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Amerasia Bank

Amerasia Bank is a commercial bank that provides friendly service to individuals and businesses throughout Queens county and surrounding areas. The Bank provides a wide range of financial products and services including checking and savings accounts, mortgage loans, personal loans, safe deposit boxes, business accounts & loans.

Bank Routing Number: #026011484

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Headquarter Flushing, USA
Key People James J. Huang (President and CEO)
Head Office 41-06 Main Street
Flushing, NY 11355
Phone (718) 463-3600
Fax (718) 359-8345
Founded 1988
ID: 2242. Updated: 26.03.2020
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