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North Shore Bank Expands Its Business Banking Division

05  September 2017
NSB Expands Its Business Banking Division

PEABODY, MA – ( To meet the growing needs of the business community on the North Shore, eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, North Shore Bank is expanding its commercial lending team with the addition of three prominent local bankers. President and Chief Executive Officer, Kevin M. Tierney, Sr., recently announced the appointments of Mark Drew, Daniel Giuliani, and Reena Scott to their Commercial Lending team.

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(l to r) Michael Brown, North Shore Bank Senior Vice President and Senior Lender, introduces new Business Banking Officers Reena Scott, Assistant Vice President, Mark Drew, Vice President, and Daniel Giuliani, Assistant Vice President.

In their new positions, each will be responsible for developing the bank’s commercial loan portfolio and growing business relationships by meeting the needs of the many innovative and successful businesses in the communities we serve.

Tierney commented on the appointments by saying:

“We know how important it is to have experienced and qualified banking professionals to assist the diverse needs of our business customers.” He continued, “Adding Mark, Dan and Reena to our team enhances our lending and service capabilities.”

Before joining North Shore Bank, Drew was a Vice President of Needham Bank’s Commercial Lending Division. Prior to that, he was an Assistant Vice President for Middlesex Savings Bank since 2007. Mark is a graduate of Providence College and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. Specializing in Commercial and Industrial lending, he will be fulfilling the borrowing needs of businesses on the North Shore and eastern Massachusetts.

Giuliani joins North Shore Bank after working as a Business Banking Portfolio Management Officer and Vice President for Bank of America. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont and a Masters of Science degree in Finance from Northeastern University. Dan will be working out of the bank’s Merrimac office and servicing the businesses in Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire.

Scott began her banking career at Everett Co-operative Bank in 2007 and later became a Branch Manager for Reading Co-operative Bank. Prior to joining North Shore Bank, she was Assistant Vice President of Business Banking for Rockland Trust Company’s Metro-North Region.

Michael Brown, Senior Vice President and Senior Lender for the bank said:

“These appointments are an exciting opportunity for us. The experience and past success that they bring to North Shore Bank is a direct result of their knowledge and commitment to their customers.” He added, “We’re thrilled to have all three on board.”

About North Shore Bank
North Shore Bank is a full-service community bank based in Peabody, Massachusetts and serving the personal and business banking needs of the North Shore, eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. Established in 1888, the bank operates out of twelve area offices, located in Beverly, Danvers, Merrimac, Middleton, Newton, New Hampshire, Peabody, Salem and Saugus.

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