Banking Veteran Mark Minter Joins Amalgamated Bank

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Amalgamated Bank announced that banking veteran Mark Minter has joined the Bank as Chief Credit Risk Officer. Mr. Minter brings over four decades of experience in finance, including exclusive-level risk positions at RBS Citizens Financial Group, Inc. and Citigroup.

The Bank is excited to have Mr. Minter on board. “His deep knowledge and experience will Amalgamated Bankbenefit us tremendously as we look to grow the bank,” commented Keith Mestrich, president of Amalgamated Bank. “I am proud to join this talented team of finance professionals,” said Mr. Minter. “I look forward to ensuring that Amalgamated remains strong and stable for generations to come.”

Prior to Amalgamated, Mr. Minter served RBS Citizens Financial Group, Inc. as Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer where he managed 100 credit officers for its wholesale division. In addition, he was Managing Director and Senior Risk Manager at Citigroup. He also held senior-level positions at Chase and IBJ Whitehall Bank & Trust.

Mr. Minter holds a Master’s in Business Administration from New York University – Leonard N. Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a trustee of Project Renewal, an organization that helps homeless men, women and children, and a board member of United Way of Pelham and the New Rochelle YMCA.

About Amalgamated Bank
Established in 1923 by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, Amalgamated Bank is the largest majority union-owned bank in the United States. With $3.5 billion in assets, it serves working-class consumers, trade unions, and businesses through about 20 branches in and around New York City, as well as through locations in California, New Jersey, Nevada, and Washington, DC. Additional information can be found at www.amalgamatedbank.com.

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