The bank, which completed a merger and name change October 31, filed a letter with the New York Department of Labor announcing the layoffs between February 2 and March 31.
The bank at 400 Rella Boulevard cited economic reasons for the dislocations, which also include dozens of layoffs at Sterling branches in New York City and Long Island.
A spokeswoman for the bank could not be reached for comment.
Provident Bank’s branches were in the Hudson Valley, while Sterling’s branches are in New York City and Long Island.
Earlier this month Sterling National Bank’s CEO Jack Kopnisky told The Journal News that the merger will add more employees to its Montebello headquarters.
The bank is negotiating for additional space at the complex, said Kopnisky, who declined to say how much extra space the bank will acquire. About 220 people currently work at 400 Rella Blvd.
The enlarged bank with $6.7 billion in assets focuses on consumers and small- to medium-sized businesses and it has 57 locations consisting of full-service branches, limited-service offices and automated teller machines, according to the company’s website.