Reading Co-operative Bank Promotes Bryan Greenbaum to Chief Operating Officer

March 7, READING, MA - Reading Co-operative Bank, announced recently that Bryan Greenbaum of Swampscott has been named the Bank’s Senior Vice President – Chief Operating Officer.  In this newly created role, Mr. Greenbaum will oversee RCB's retail banking activities, deposit operations, information technology and security among other key areas of the bank.


“Reading Co-operative Bank is on a path of growth.  In this new role, I will oversee those areas of the bank that directly impact the customer experience.” says Greenbaum.


Before joining Reading Co-operative Bank as Senior Vice President of Retail Banking in the spring of 2013, Mr. Greenbaum was Senior Vice President at Central Bank in Somerville, Massachusetts where he headed Retail Banking and managed the performance and profitability of its Retail Branch Network, Internet Banking, Marketing, and Non-Deposit Investment Program. He held a similar role at Abington Savings Bank, a dynamic 20-branch community bank.  Greenbaum has also worked for other community banks in this market area.


“Bryan is a great asset for Reading Co-operative Bank.  His meticulous attention to creating the ultimate customer experience makes him the ideal person to be Chief Operating Officer at the bank,” said Julieann Thurlow, President and CEO of Reading Co-operative Bank.


In addition to his role at RCB, Greenbaum serves as an Executive Board Member of the Massachusetts School Bank Association.


Reading Co-operative Bank is a dynamic, 21st-century community bank, founded in 1886 on the principle that profit and growth go hand-in-hand with responsible banking and service to the community. They are a 5-star bank that is rated in the top 7% of banks in the country for overall financial condition by Bauer Financial. Customer Service Specialists can be reached at 781.942.5000, readingcoop.com or by visiting one of the locations in Andover, Burlington, North Reading, Reading, Wilmington or Woburn.




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