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Rockland Trust Company
Rockland Trust Company is a full-service community bank serving Eastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod. Rockland Trust provides a wide range of consumer and business products and services through its network of 71 retail branches, 12 commercial lending centers, three mortgage banking centers and four Investment Management Group offices. With $4.6 billion in assets and over 1000 employees, Rockland Trust is one of the largest publicly traded commercial bank headquartered in Massachusetts. Rockland Trust is the wholly owned subsidiary of Independent Bank Corp., (NASDAQ: INDB), is independently owned and maintains a longstanding tradition of community service.
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Address:   288 Union Street, Rockland, MA 02370, USA
Phone: +1 781 8786100
Fax: +1 781 9826322
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