Coop Bank Hires New Branch Officer
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Coop Bank Hires New Branch Officer

Pittsfield Cooperative Bank (Coop Bank) announced the hiring of Reinaldo Román as Vice President, Branch Officer. In this role, Mr. Román will manage the institution’s branch operations at its main office located at 70 South Street in Pittsfield. Additionally, he will assist the organization with its further development of Spanish-focused materials.

Román joins Coop Bank after a successful twenty-three year tenure at Greylock Federal Credit Union. He has extensive experience in branch operations and management, business development, retail lending, and customer relations.

“Pittsfield Cooperative Bank is thrilled to welcome Reinaldo to our team,” said CEO J. Jay Anderson. “He is an exceptional individual and brings years of branch operations and business development experience in the financial services industry.”

Román received his Business Administration in Banking from Berkshire Community College. He resides in Pittsfield with his family.     



About Pittsfield Cooperative Bank:

Incorporated February 15, 1889, the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank (Coop Bank) has been proudly providing customer-focused banking and lending services for the Berkshire community for 135 years. As an independent, full-service community bank, we have a deep history helping residents, regional businesses, the cultural arts and not-for-profit organizations. Pittsfield Cooperative Bank has branch offices and ATMs located in Pittsfield, Dalton, Great Barrington and Hinsdale and opened a new location at Williams Street in Pittsfield in April 2024.

Pittsfield Cooperative Bank was named one of the 50 Fastest Growing Commercial Lenders in Massachusetts and the first of all banks headquartered in the Berkshires by Banker & Tradesman in 2022. For more information, visit Member FDIC. Member DIF. Equal Opportunity Lender.


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