North Brookfield Savings Bank Promotes Fitzmaurice

By Joyce Dimaculangan

North Brookfield Savings Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Courtney Fitzmaurice to Assistant Vice President, Commercial Portfolio Manager. In her new role, she will work directly with small businesses through the expanding Business Center at the Bank which offers several loan and deposit products for business customers. Recently, the Business Center was named a Preferred Lender for the Small Business Administration (SBA).

“I look forward to building relationships with business owners and providing them with the Courtney Fitzmaurice North Brookfield Savings Bankhighest level of personalized service. The merger of FamilyFirst Bank with North Brookfield Savings Bank is allowing us to expand the Business Center at NBSB into new communities. I am proud to be a part of NBSB and plan to be an asset to the Business Center during its ongoing expansion,” Ms. Fitzmaurice said.

Ms. Fitzmaurice joined NBSB in 2011 as Commercial Credit Analyst. Prior to joining NBSB, she held several positions, including Commercial Sales Assistant and Private Banking Client Associate, at TD Bank. She also served Fidelity Investments and Bay State Savings Bank. The new Assistant Vice President has experience in credit, consumer lending, commercial banking, and credit analysis.

She is a graduate of Worcester State University and the Massachusetts Banker’s Commercial Lending School.

About North Brookfield Savings Bank
Founded in 1854, North Brookfield Savings Bank is a mutual savings bank with full-service branches in North Brookfield, East Brookfield, West Brookfield, Ware, Belchertown, Palmer, and Three Rivers Village of Palmer. It offers a wide variety of deposit and loan products for individuals and businesses throughout Central and Western Massachusetts and continually supports the communities in which it serves. For additional information, visit www.northbrookfieldsavingsbank.com.

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