Professional Holding Corp. said it would no longer provide banking services to US President Donald Trump’s company as it joins lenders who are distancing themselves from him after last week’s attack on the US Capitol.
“Professional Bank has decided to stop doing business with the Trump Organization and its subsidiaries and will end the relationship immediately,” Eric Kalis, a spokesman for the Coral Gables, Florida-based company, said in an email statement. mail. Kalis did not provide details on the extent of Trump’s transactions with the bank.
Deutsche Bank AG and Signature Bank, two of Trump’s favorite backers, have also pulled away from the billionaire president since the deadly January 6 riot by the president’s supporters.
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