Kim Karl Joins United Bank as VP, CBO

By Joyce Dimaculangan

United Bank welcomes Kim Karl as Vice President, Commercial Banking Officer. She is one of four veteran bankers with strong community ties to Fairfield County, Connecticut who have been recruited to lead the Bank’s expansion plans in that market.

“Our newest geographic lending team reinforces what our United’s value proposition is: United Bankrecruiting the right bankers who can win new business and secure market share while taking care of our customers,” said William H.W. Crawford, IV, Chief Executive Officer of United Financial Bancorp.

Karl comes to United Bank from TD Bank Group where she served as Vice President, Commercial Relationship Manager. She spent 24 years with People’s United Bank where she served the company in various roles, including Assistant Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer in Stamford and Vice President, Financial Services Manager in Norwalk. Her many years in the industry earned her a strong understanding and familiarity with Fairfield County which is advantageous to the Bank’s plans of expanding its presence into new parts of Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Karl earned her undergraduate degree and M.B.A. from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. She also completed the American Bankers Association’s Connecticut School of Finance and Management Program.

About United Bank
Founded in 1882, United Bank is a federally chartered stock bank headquartered in West Springfield, Massachusetts. It has approximately $2.4 billion in assets and is one of the largest publicly traded banks headquartered in New England (as measured by asset size) with 40 branch offices located throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut as well as Loan Production Offices in Beverly, Massachusetts and Glastonbury, Connecticut. To learn more, visit

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