Cattaraugus County Bank

Cattaraugus County Bank

CCB is proud to present our new brand identity and our renewed commitment to caring for the communities we serve. Thank you for your support and we hope you will continue to rely on CCB for all your banking needs.

At CCB, your banking is much more than just transactions. We are a locally owned bank that shares the attitudes, interests and goals of the individuals, businesses and communities we serve. Our priority is to put your priorities first – providing easy access to the personal and corporate banking products and services you need to grow and prosper.


  • Personal banking
  • We make banking fast and easy.
  • Personal banking products to help you achieve your dreams

At CCB, personal banking begins with an ever-expanding portfolio of products – from current bank accounts to personal loans, mortgages, home loans and more. Each can be managed at the branch, online or in the app, so you spend less time banking and more time enjoying yourself.

  • Business banking
  • He always advocates business success.
  • Our success comes from helping businesses in our community grow and prosper

At CCB, your business banking is much more than just transactions. This is our chance to help you provide what you need to make your business thrive! Our corporate banking specialists serve as trusted financial advisors and provide access to innovative cash management and financial products that help our clients’ businesses grow. We learn the inner workings of the companies we serve, understand the personal goals and ambitions of the people who drive them, and advocate for their success every step of the way.

Important news from CCB

Alan Braden joins the residential lending team

Alan Braden has joined CCB’s residential banking team as vice president, market leader. In this role, Braden will be responsible for supporting the mortgage needs of customers in the Springville and Southtowns markets, as well as expanding the bank’s mortgage product offerings, such as VA and FHA loans, throughout Western New York.

Braden is no stranger to CCB, having previously worked for the bank from 2014-18 as Vice President, Business Development and Commercial Loan Officer responsible for commercial loan origination and assisting in the development of commercial lending objectives, policies and procedures. After retiring from CCB in 2018, Braden worked as a Major Gift Officer for the United States Air Force Academy; Commercial Loan Officer at Pikes Peak National Bank in Colorado Springs, Colo.; and most recently as a mortgage originator with CrossCountry Mortgage.

“I joined CCB to make it a leader in mortgage lending,” explains Braden, who was named one of Scotsman Guide’s top-producing residential mortgage lenders earlier this year.  Plus, as a community bank, our team lives, works and plays here and I want people to think of CCB when they buy a home here.”

Important news from CCB

A veteran of the United States Air Force, Braden served for 20 years – primarily as a medic – throughout the United States and in the Middle East. In 2012, he was named one of the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year based on outstanding leadership, job performance and personal achievements. The Air Force’s highest non-distinguished award, Braden was recognized for designing the Career Assistance Advisor Community of Practice program, which provided training to 82 career assistance advisors and became a benchmark for the Air Force.

“Having made hundreds of home mortgage loans over the past several years, Al brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our community bank,” says CCB President and CEO Mike Wimer. “Any bank would be lucky to have him on their team and we are delighted that he has chosen to bring his unique skills and passion for community banking back to CCB.”

Braden is a lifetime member of the Air Force Association and the VFW. He and his wife, Judith, also retired, have two children, Drew, a sophomore running back at the University of Colorado, and Savannah, a senior at Air Academy High School in Colorado Springs. The family will join Braden in Western New York in the spring.

CCB announces the appointment of Brian Attey to the Board of Directors

Atte, Esq. its board of directors. Attey’s term officially began in August.

“After practicing law for over 30 years and with many personal and professional contacts throughout the Southern Tier, I have always admired CCB’s role in the communities they serve,” says Attea, who is managing partner of Attea & Attea, PC. in Hamburg. “For local businesses and individuals, it’s a name customers have come to trust. The strong sense of community and culture of care that CCB maintains with its clients is very much in line with the philosophy we have adopted in building our legal practice.”

Attea specializes in transactional law, representing clients in the purchase or sale of commercial real estate and businesses, including residential and commercial real estate development projects, the purchase or sale of shares/assets, and the formation and representation of legal entities. He is admitted to practice in all courts of New York State, as well as the United States District Court for the Western District of New York, the United States Bankruptcy Court, and all courts of the Peacemakers’ Court for the Seneca Nation. Indians.

CCB announces the appointment of Brian Attey to the Board of Directors

“Brian is no stranger to CCB as he and his firm have worked for the bank for years,” says CCB President and CEO Mike Wimer. “CCB’s board and leadership team are very excited not only about the considerable knowledge and expertise he brings to the bank, but also about his rich relationships and connections within our branch network as well as throughout the Southtowns and beyond.

Attea serves as the City Attorney for the City of Concord and as the Deputy City Attorney for the Cities of Concord and Colden. He previously served as Village Attorney for the Village of Hamburg and Deputy City Attorney for the City of Hamburg.

“Although I still have a lot to learn as a new board member, I have been very impressed with the people who work for CCB and help create a culture of care,” Attea says of her first months on the board. “That culture starts with the respect and support everyone shows each other internally – and that makes it much easier to understand how that same culture carries over and honestly shines through to CCB’s customers.”

In addition to the CCB board, Attea is a board member for ARC Erie County (formerly Heritage Centers); Board of Trustees for Trocaire College; and is chairman of the board of trustees of his high school alma mater, St. Francis. He is also a director of Hamburg Development Corporation and a board member of JP’s Foundation, Inc. Attea earned a BA in Journalism/Mass Communication from the University of St. Bonaventure and a J.D. from the University of Akron School of Law.


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